Monthly Archives: April 2016

City Life

I grew up in the Los Angeles area (Santa Monica) and never want to move back. One thing which soured me on my hometown was the poor air quality there in the pre-auto-emission-control era, even in our bayside part of … Continue reading

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You have to take the Bible literally. That’s what I was taught growing up. It was an understandable concern to avoid the nineteenth and twentieth century theologies which wanted to transform the historic Christian faith, based on events attested to … Continue reading

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Lion and Lamb

The end of C. S. Lewis’s Voyage of the Dawn Treader is in part  a reversal of this Sunday’s text, Revelation 5. At the “very end of the world,” Edmund, Eustace and Lucy meet a lamb who invites them to … Continue reading

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