Archives for Jan 9, 2009 @ 13:16

On Making a Salad Better

About 4pm on days I’m home I make our salad for dinner, and I like making salads … lots of folks, I suspect, are bored with making salads so they buy bags of pre-made salads and toss a handful or two of stuff into the bowl. I’ve got a few suggestions to make your salads [Read More…]

Midday Bible Study: Gospel 50

We’re experimenting with something for a couple of weeks: spreading our posts throughout the day instead of loading them up all at once. It was a little cleaner before but it tended to attract all the conversation to one post … so we’ll be doing our Bible study closer to the middle of the day [Read More…]

Third Way as the Radical Center

Adam Hamilton’s Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White: Thoughts on Religion, Morality, and Politics is a perfect blog book. I would love to see a host of evangelical churches using this book for group studies and discussions. It will surely bring out how it is that many think about various topics; it [Read More…]

Corporations and Ethics: A luxury good?

Found this here and thought we could have a conversation. In brief, should we expect big business to do good and to make money? Does this make a difference when you choose your vocation or your job or your employer? Is this question being asked more and more? Bill Gates began this discussion a year [Read More…]