Butt Prints in the Sand

I was listening to a wonderful Liturgists podcast episode on Buddhism the other day, featuring a chat with Bushi Yamato Damashii. He talked about how we spend so much time trading all over the earth looking for answers, solutions, advancements, often failing to find what we're looking for or making a mess of things - literally and … Continue reading Butt Prints in the Sand

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Book review: How The Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns

 "The Bible says it, I believe it, and that settles it." This is a common trope heard in evangelical circles, but it's light years away from that simple, as Peter Enns explains in his new book, How the Bible Actually Works: In Which I Explain How An Ancient, Ambiguous, and Diverse Book Leads Us to … Continue reading Book review: How The Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns

Re-post: The matter of opinions

I’m hoping to use this space for less formulaic and more creative writing, hearkening back to my blogging days of old. To stimulate that side of my brain, I’m going to occasionally post some old goodies I come across. Here’s one from 2011, originally posted on Tumblr.  o-pin-ion (noun) 1. a belief or judgment that rests on grounds insufficient … Continue reading Re-post: The matter of opinions