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Could I have prevented the holocaust? Can I stop the next one?

Could I have helped prevent the holocaust if I had been living in Germany in the 1930s? This is a question I’ve asked myself repeatedly over the last few days.  I’m afraid I don’t have an answer.  I’m afraid of … Continue reading

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Be still, and know that I am God

“Be still, and know that I am God” -Psalm 46:10 My relationship with God, much like my relationship with most people, tends to resemble a ribbon of DNA. We don’t so much walk beside each other as I find I … Continue reading

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On Honesty. And whole lotta talking about God.

Let me attempt to set the mood here.  Because I am a sucker for futility. What you are about to read is a simple explanation of my beliefs.  It’s not a defense against or an attack on any beliefs that … Continue reading

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Matthew’s Mom is Dead

I know we’re not supposed to say so, but I never liked that kid. He is my son’s age and lives in our neighborhood. And he wants to play. That alone was enough to win Devin over. I’m not as … Continue reading

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So… we’re going to talk about abortion

I wonder how many people won’t click through to read this post once they see the title in their feed reader. I wonder how many people will read it out of morbid curiosity, but refuse to comment because “that’s just … Continue reading

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Lapsed

Today, in case you missed it, is Easter. Christians all over the world are at Church. Catholics have been in Church almost none stop since Friday. Families will be gathering together over ham and potatoes and some uniquely traditional-to-them-and-theirs staple … Continue reading

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A laundry list of sorts

Sometimes when you read someone’s blog, or chat with them via IM, or live next door to them for your entire life, you assume you know what they think and how they feel about everything.  You know where they stand … Continue reading

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