Archives for Mar 21, 2011 @ 11:22


From NYTimes: LA PAZ, Bolivia — When NASA scientists were searching decades ago for an ideal food for long-term human space missions, they came across an Andean plant called quinoa. With an exceptional balance of protein and amino acids, quinoa, they declared, is virtually unrivaled in the plant or animal kingdom for its life-sustaining nutrients. But while [Read More…]

Jesus, Deliciously Odd 3

This is the season for publishers to stun the world with the latest discoveries of Jesus, but it appears there is very little in the offing this year. But one book that is now available is Pope Benedict’s volume two about Jesus, and I really enjoyed his volume one. So: Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week: [Read More…]

Sola or Plura Pastora (by T)

This post is by “T” — one of our regular readers. It concerns whether we need to focus on having more than one pastor. Sola Plura Pastora – 1 – Is sola pastora a problem? I have a thesis. The thesis is that the prevalent, though often unspoken, western practice/ecclesiology of sola pastora — one [Read More…]