Monthly Archives: May 2013

Who’s A God Like You?

Check out Who’s a God Like You?, written and performed by Kevin Looper with backup vocals from Beth Looper. Who’s a God like You is based on the Micah 7 – give it a look. Advertisements

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Has Memorial Day become passé?

Ask anyone under the age of fifty to explain why Memorial Day is special and they’re liable to tell you it’s because Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. That may be a good enough reason to celebrate, but … Continue reading

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A Scholar’s Mind and a Saint’s Heart

I admit it: I sometimes write with a hidden agenda. When I quote writers and thinkers – poets, like the renaissance poet George Herbert and the contemporary poet Billy Collins; philosophers from Augustine to Alvin Plantinga; apologists, like G. K. … Continue reading

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For Better or Worse

            Marriage entered into “unadvisedly or lightly” (as the Book of Common Prayer has it), can do more harm than good. Nevertheless, people regularly enter marriage on these dangerous grounds. Perhaps if they understood what they were promising to do, … Continue reading

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The ugliest word in the English language

I’ve resisted for a long time. Writers told me that I ought to blog. My friends told me, repeatedly, that I ought to blog. They told me that my syndicated column should be featured on a blog, and that everybody … Continue reading

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