Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Unexpecteded Virtue of Ignorance

That rather odd proposition is the subtitle of the new Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu movie Birdman. This was a movie I wasn’t particularly eager to see.  I’d seen the previews several times. They featured a scene with 61-year-old Michael Keaton prancing down Broadway … Continue reading

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Amnesty

There are not many things that the O-man does that I approve of, but I think offering amnesty to some illegal aliens is the right thing to do. It’s compassionate, it’s practical and it’s biblical (Lev.19:33-34). It seems to me … Continue reading

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Ridin’ the Bipolar Roller Coaster

Moods — everybody has them. We go up, we go down, we go up again.  However, their are folk’s whose highs and lows are a little more extreme than others. But that does not mean these moody people have Bipolar … Continue reading

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A Review: “Interstellar”

It’s big, it’s loud, it’s multi-megastellar and it’s very ambitious. It’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” for the 21st Century—like on steroids maybe. But Stanley Kubrick was a genius, Christopher Nolan not so much. I can’t see Kubrick doing Batman movies, … Continue reading

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Exiled by Madness

Recently, I’ve seen several articles or blogs about how the church (Christ’s Body) either does or does not minister to the mentally ill. I think at least one of these was in Christianity Today. These articles appeared to be focused … Continue reading

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