Care Commandments

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Catholic Meeting Today

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Frozen as Metaphor for Academia

From PhD Comics via Marc Cortez. On a related note, I finally got to watch the movie Frozen on the plane back from Israel yesterday, and really enjoyed it. [Read more...]

Jesus Chris

This example of why it is important to think seriously about placement of labels as a librarian is brought to you via my friend and colleague Brent Hege, who shared the above image on Facebook. [Read more...]

How The Hymns Are Chosen

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Steps to Fundamentalist Adoption of New Technology

Unless you're a fundamentalist Calvinist, in which case substitute “Arminianism.” Via Skipper Georg Warnecke on Facebook.   [Read more...]

Pandora’s Inbox

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The Evolution of God

The Onion had a piece about how the deity of humans evolved from a chimpanzee deity. While comical, the piece deserves some serious comment. First, in making a connection with biological evolution, it plays into the popular misunderstanding that human beings evolved from other primates which currently exist, whether chimpanzees or others. Second, there is [Read More...]

St. Arbucks

For those who may not have seen this already (I shared it here about a year ago). Episcopal Church Memes shared it today on Facebook, adding the following comment: Icon of St. Arbucks, patron saint of coffee hour and coffee drinkers. It is said that he once survived for an entire year, consuming nothing except [Read More...]

Signed Copy

This has been circulating for a while, but some readers may not have seen it. The question, of course, is…signed by whom?!   [Read more...]

Darwin’s Witnesses

Whether it is the Christian message or the advances of science, there is always good news and bad news that can be shared. Among science-denying religious people, there is a lot focus on what they consider the “bad news” in evolutionary biology. If you were an evangelist for mainstream science, what would you share as [Read More...]


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