Category Archives: Theology

Exegesis in 140 Characters or Less, Part 1

Finally, my second post! I will be more diligent in my postings going forward. I will also be updating the twitter account regularly so follow me and stay up to date. Anyway, on to the task at hand…

One of my professors in college wrote a book called Beyond Bumper Sticker Ethics. If you cannot tell from the title, the book was essentially an encouragement not to base your ethical foundation on catchy phrases but something more substantial. But let’s be honest, bumper stickers, really? At this point that analogy is a bit dated. Bumper stickers are for families that want to represent themselves with stick figures, or for fanatics on either end of the political spectrum to insult the other side. Let’s update our analogy, shall we?

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An Introduction

After being told by several people I should, and being inspired by my brother-in-law’s recent efforts, I am officially throwing my hat into the proverbial ring known as the blogosphere.  My primary goal in this endeavor is purely personal and selfish.  I need a place to let some stuff out.  It has been a rough couple years and I am really good at holding things in.  Two things that tend to be destructive when mixed.  I figure it’s time to be really good at letting some stuff out.

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