Posts Tagged With: Christianity

Books: Go Tell It

Appropriately, I had substantial writer’s block about how to start this review.

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Seeing red wrongly

A lot of ink has been spilled lately over the color of some coffee cups.

Starbucks’ seasonal red cups have been decried (ridiculously) by some Christians as an attack on Christmas.  Apparently, the snowflakes and ornaments and snowmen on previous years’ cups are sufficiently religious symbols, but the color red is not.  Never mind the convention of printing Christ’s words in red or the tradition of using red and green as Christmas colors

The thing just won’t get off my Facebook feed, and that prompted me to think again about something that bothers me often, something that came up a few times at cross-cultural missionary training last month.

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Stumped

I got stumped recently.

That happens a lot as a writer, but I mean this one literally: I was mowing the lawn when I hit a stump.

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St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is here! Time for leprechaun jokes, green plastic derby hats, and an authentic corned beef dinner, along with other things not exactly saintly.

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