Advice From a Texas Monk: Abundance Without Attachment

Worth reading from the New York Times: Abundance Without Attachment The formula for a good life, he explained, is simple: abundance without attachment. Simple but often hard.The 5 star monk had known plenty before poverty. Does this make it easier to leave it all behind and become a monk?  … [Read more...]

New York Times on Christian News, World, and This Blog

Mark Oppenheimer in the New York Times writes about World Magazine's news reporting on Mark Driscoll. I appreciate Oppenheimer's mention of this blog as well. Of course, there are other outlets which provided coverage of the Mars Hill story (e.g., Wenatchee the Hatchet, Religion News Service, CT, CP, etc.). With some help, I am working on a timeline which should bring together the events and important stories of the past year.The article was online last night and is in today's print … [Read more...]

New York Times on Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church

NYT is on the case with an article by Michael Paulson.Tim Keller weighs in with some tough words for Mark Driscoll.The article references a certain "blogging psychology professor" with several links to the blog.Mars Hill in the form of Anthony Ianniciello spoke to the NYT and issued a statement saying that the charges will be examined by "several governing bodies."  I have no idea what he is talking about. The by-laws require the formation of a Board of Overseers to examine the c … [Read more...]

Vice-President: How much experience is necessary?

Moderate David Brooks takes on the issue of Sarah Palin's experience in Monday's New York Times. He raises the question of whether or not Sarah Palin is qualified to be Vice-President without raising the more important question of whether Barack Obama is qualified enough to be President.He writes:What is prudence? It is the ability to grasp the unique pattern of a specific situation. It is the ability to absorb the vast flow of information and still discern the essential current of … [Read more...]


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