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@timoreilly In NY Times, @page88 sums up @bruces #sxsw talk as “Connectivity is poverty.” Profound. Worth thinking about: http://bit.ly/w1IQj Not sure that I agree. I think Bruce Sterling wants to be the “country gentleman” of his mind, not reality. Who wants to have shallow relationships, especially masquerading as deep ones? There are stories upon stories… Continue reading Poverty of Connections
“All political power comes from the barrel of a gun.” — Mao Tse Tung This certainly does not fit into admirerers of Mao political philosophy.Â There are two things here.Â Mao would indeed seem to bolster the 2nd Admendment supporters (oh, dear, a COMMUNIST).Â I also don’t agree with him.Â Ultimately, all power is the… Continue reading Are You Sure You Want His Picture to Adorn (whatever)
Alex Harris of The Rebelution participated (along with his twin brother, Brett) in a recent Christianity Today panel on the Emergent Church (video – mp3), and “…the conversation [about the emerging/emergent chruch] is not a clash between post-modernism and modernism, but between two objectively good things, both of which they see in their bibles.Â When… Continue reading Emergent/Emerging Was So Yesterday
It’s easy for Christians in our day to fall into the “showy religiosity” pit. We put on our happiest face at church, even though our hearts are far from the Lord. Or we look as if we’re worshipping with zeal when our minds are wandering. Avoiding a Show of Religiosity Daily Reflection and Prayer by… Continue reading Church-Going Facades
An unabashed stealing of a line from my eldest son’s favorite movie (The Incredibles) is the only thing I can say to describe the fastest production model car in the world.
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