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September 27, 2016
3 New Things Trump Told Us in the First Debate
Last night's presidential debate was, by comparison, a moderately composed portrait of Trump. The comparison,...
September 19, 2014
MYTOP10 Novel List, As Requested by Artur Rosman
I don't know why I was called out on Facebook about this, seeing how poorly read I...
September 11, 2014
Vaccines and Ideological Delusions
Every few weeks my Facebook feed revisits another report from a nutty niche website of a...
August 02, 2014
The August Experiment
The July Experiment went well, despite the fact that I didn't always obey my own...
July 30, 2014
Wounded or Wrangling, Broken or Bickering?
(As with anything that is mostly true, committing it to language will require overstatements and...
July 19, 2014
The Apocalypse Will Make Sense, When It Ends
Your punctually tardy weekly apocalypse in eight points: 1. Pope Francis has decided to stop...
July 15, 2014
Pewsitter: Brilliant Irony or Self-Parody?
I had never visited Pewsitter* before, and had only heard of it, in online passing,...
July 09, 2014
Benedict XVI vs. Francis: The Great Papal Football Finale
A day after the Germans blitzed their Brazilian hosts 7-1, the Argentines have outlasted the...
April 25, 2014
A Hesitant Defense of Cliven Bundy
I've stayed away from the Bundy story until now. It seemed like the latest bit...
April 12, 2014
The End of the World Starts at the Beginning
Your never delayed, but always on time, weekly apocalypse, in eight points: 1. The latest...
March 28, 2014
The Apocalypse Will Flood Your Mind
Your flaky, but always weekly, apocalypse, in seven points: 1. A century after Nietzsche stole...
December 31, 2013
Favorite Things and Not So Much: 2013 in Review
2013 has been my first full year with Patheos. I think I posted between ten...
December 21, 2013
The Apocalypse Returns With Feathers
Your flaky weekly apocalypse, in ten points. 1. The War on Christmas is in full...
December 20, 2013
Thoughts on Phil Robertson and Duck Dynasty
I like to watch TV, which is why I don't own one. Plus, I watch...
December 16, 2013
Fr. Z Defies Pope Francis, With Merch
Fr. Z has stooped to a new low. He is selling cheap, bland, and ugly merchandise,...
November 07, 2013
When my children see a movie they like, they want to see it again. Immediately....
October 05, 2013
The Apocalyptic Wheels Go Round and Round
Your weekly apocalypse, in nine points: 1. The US House of Representatives voted 400-1...
September 16, 2013
6 (-2) Reasons to NOT Send Your Son to College
<Editor's note: the original post had six reasons but then two of them seemed to...
September 14, 2013
The End of the World Strikes at Dawn
The weekly apocalypse, in fourteen points: 1. World War III was almost at a...
August 31, 2013
A Most Uneventful Apocalypse
THE APOCALYPSE, IN FIFTEEN POINTS: 1. Tim Tebow has been released from the New England Patriots...
August 15, 2013
All This Stuff About Millennials
I Googled 'millennials' and found out, through Wikipedia, that the term is a synonym for...
August 13, 2013
Shopping Amongst the Episcopate
On Saturday I met the new Bishop of the Diocese of Fargo, Bishop John Thomas Folda,...
July 25, 2013
Pope Francis endorsed MY book, too!
For some time now we've all seen how much Pope Francis reiterates the central theme...
June 18, 2013
Over the past two months I've become an infrequent blogger. I once resisted that title....
May 14, 2013
Sex Miseducation: Abstinence Doesn’t Make Sense UPDATED
Calah Alexander has written a powerful essay about the psychological and spiritual violence that is often...
May 06, 2013
Housekeeping, Announcements, Gratitude, Spring
Those who know me also know that I don't keep a calendar, although sometimes I...
April 20, 2013
I grew up wearing second-hand clothes. And hating it. Shopping was always ritual in humiliation....
April 10, 2013
Off Topic, Sometimes
It's been a while since I wrote about not writing. I've been trying to break...
March 28, 2013
An Open Letter to Salon and Molly McCluskey — UPDATED
Dear Salon Editors and Molly (if I may), I read your article, "My Steubenville," with...
March 26, 2013
A Hot Mess: Marriage, Derrida, Nabokov, and Whatnot
I don't really understand what the same sex marriage hullabaloo is about. I can understand...
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