Monthly Archives: December 2012

Les Miserables: The Theology of Valjean vs. Javert

My favorite Broadway musical has been Les Miserables since as far back as I can remember.  Last night I got to see the full length feature film version starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfriend, etc.  It was … Continue reading

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Why Evangelical Bible Idolatry Sucks and I Go To a Greek Orthodox Church Even Though It’s a Mess Too…

Thought this author made some incredibly good points.  The author Frank Schaeffer is the son of evangelical icon Francis Schaeffer and doesn’t agree much with what he was indoctrinated with anymore. His stuff is always interesting to read (see link … Continue reading

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Yeshua Heading Into Battle; Monday Morning Parable

One of the great leaders of the Jewish people was a man named Yeshua, a very common name for the ancient Hebrews.  One day Yeshua was leading his troops into battle and when he was nearing the city they were … Continue reading

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On the Mystery of Incarnation

I saw this on a friend’s Facebook wall yesterday and thought I would share it. A poem by Denise Levertov: “On the Mystery of the Incarnation” It’s when we face for a moment the worst our kind can do, and … Continue reading

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Theology of Superman Part 2: “The World is Too Big Mom…..”

As previously detailed in my post “Theology of Superman,” the Superman story is one that is full of spirituality and Biblical symbolism.  This new trailer (see below) gives an excellent glimpse of what is in store when this story returns … Continue reading

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