All posts tagged Kierkegaard

  • A Christian in Christendom

    What does it mean to be a Christian in America today?

    What does it mean to be a Christian in a 21st century Christendom?

    How are we to be Christians who are countercultural, transcendent and subversive in a quasi-Christian culture?

    What do you do when Christendom and Babylon are woven together in a single culture?

    How are we to be authentic Christ-followers in a nation where 88% of the people identify themselves as Christian?
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  • Who Dies In Harry Potter?

    Some borrowed thoughts on Harry Potter.
    Some borrowed quotes from the Great Dane.
    Some questions of my own for you to ponder.

    First, Harry Potter:

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — the final installment of the famed series by J.K. Rowling goes on sale at 12:01 a.m. Saturday and the world will finally know the fate of the boy wizard. I read a column in Time Magazinethis week that I thought was brilliant, insightful and important. I would like to share it with you.
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  • Lists

    Lists are part of my madness and my madness is a part of who I am.

    So this is a blog of lists.

    (It’s also an answer to several emailers.)

    OK, let’s go…
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