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Monthly Archive for February, 2006

If you haven’t found Andrew Jones’ blog TallSkinnyKiwi, you are missing out on one of the more articulate and good humored pastors out there who get the whole postmodern/emergent thing that I try and do here. If you are one of the church leaders who listen to Wired Jesus, you need to check out this […]






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Times, They Are A Changin’

Come gather ’round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You’ll be drenched to the bone. If your time to you Is worth savin’ Then you better start swimmin’ Or you’ll sink like a stone For the times they are a-changin’. Now the truth […]






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So What Does He Look Like?

Some have wondered. Some have been afraid to ask. When I was down in Orlando for the Creative Leaders Gathering, there were a number of listeners there and were surprised when they met me. Not that I am hideously deformed or anything. Just not exactly what they expected. So, here it is, Wired Jesus unveiled. […]






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More Tech Problems

For some reason, my last upload for podcast #25 didn’t go out on ipodder or itunes, so I am reloading it tonight. Let me know if you are having any problems. I’m afraid the itunes plug in may have screwed something up.






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You may have noticed an error message popping up when you try to leave comments. It was a problem with a WordPress plug-in to link to itune catagories. An upgraded version has just been installed, so let me know if you still get the posting error. Thanks, tom






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Consider this part one on my reflections on the whole Muhammad cartoon controversy and my most recent read, The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason by Sam Harris. A very tough and challenging book, his case against religious faith (versus spirituality) is equally damning to Christianity as well as Islam. Its […]






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A thought for the day

I came across this today, a quote by Flannery O’ Connor (1925-1964) from her book The Habit of Being. “I think there is no suffering greater than what is caused by the doubts of those who want to believe. I know what torment this is, but I can only see it, in myself anyway, as […]






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Here’s the first podcast of the new year – sorry it took so long to get around to it but January was just a bear. However, here’s an exploration of why faith and doubt should go hand in hand rather than being seen as incompatible. I reflect on the questions posed by a listener who […]






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