Online Reading (November 9, 2010)

Welcome to reading some of the things I'm finding interesting today: November 11: While in my present home of Korea, November 11 is "Peppero Day", back home in Canada, it's Remembrance day, and there is a debate this year about the white poppy as opposed to the red poppy. Abortion and Slavery: Thabiti Anyabwile gives … Continue reading Online Reading (November 9, 2010)

Daily Reading (March 17, 2008)

Episcopal Church: The Bruhaha about the deposing of a sitting bishop continues. Environment: This is kinda disturbing, but why am I thinking of a Seinfeld episode? Weather: As I finish shovelling yesterday's snow, I hear about another snowstorm. (at least it's only predicting HALF A METER of snow over the next 24 hours). American Politics: … Continue reading Daily Reading (March 17, 2008)

Online Reading (March 14, 2008)

Law: Indian court clears Richard Gere of obscenity. They did not comment on his acting ability. Culture: Is Polyamory the next part of the Anglican "listening process"? Conference: Video is now available for all main sessions at the text and context conference. They are really good talks, but a sizable investment of time (about 80 … Continue reading Online Reading (March 14, 2008)

Online Reading (November 22, 2007)

History: Consultants have reported to the government of Newfoundland and Labrador on how to commemorate pre-confederation history. Theology: Are some evangelicals Bible-idolators? J.P. Moreland has some thoughts (read carefully). Anglicanism: As the Anglicans react to the theological differences now becoming apparent in the communion, Lambeth publishes a scorecard of primatial responses. More Anglicanism: Is the … Continue reading Online Reading (November 22, 2007)

The Death of Faith (or more properly, its murder)

Recently I've been frequently faced with the fact that some people face a death in their own faith. Before I start ranting about it, I should point out that everybody has some form of faith, whether it's faith in the overall meaning of the universe, or the ability of their own intellect to accurately understand … Continue reading The Death of Faith (or more properly, its murder)