Archive for June, 2011

Do you remember when we were really humming?

I found this on an old CD, from an era long ago–Episcopalians and The Decade of Evangelism. Since this has been declared the decade of evangelism, it seems only right to parody some of the ways not to do evangelism in the Episcopal Church.  The revivalist tradition that has evolved on American soil is rich in […]

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The Monster of Perugia; the Framing of Amanda Knox

Last night my wife and I attended a gathering of writers who are presumably trying to improve their craft by engaging with other writers.  The featured reader of the evening was an infuriating author of a book about Amanda Knox, the girl who went to Italy for a year to study and is now in […]

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