Been fun knowing ya’. As we all know, the Holy Billboard of Religious Cults with Poor Design Aesthetic has spoken, and the jig is up on Saturday. It’s a shame, because I had so much more that I wanted to procrastinate around writing here. Anyway, I’ve responded to this calamity the way I do most [...]
The folks at TEDxSMU are getting caught up on video posting — today they added my favorite talk from last year’s event: Rabbi David Stern on spirituality in the modern era.
Drive-By-Truckers: “The Righteous Path”
As if it’s not enough to come down on one specific belief, like say, Christianity — there seem to be as many Jesusses(?) as there are believers. This pretty much sums it up: “Baby Jesus Grace”: Talladega Nights
I can’t report much progress on the religious exploration front so far. The end of the year was much more hectic than I expected, and I found myself in need of some serious down-time through the holidays as I adjusted to life after a start-up. Excuses, excuses. Here in the New Year, I would seem [...]
Anytime I find myself in a fit of introspection, I go back to this one. When you’re in transition, as I am now, it rings home. Here’s a video apparently shot in a Starbucks here in Dallas. Looks like the Uptown location to me: And in its full glory:
While I’m working on a lengthier post based on a partial reading of Lewis’ Mere Christianity, a few things that have popped up in my media consciousness today: Pegasus News has started a series on musicians “Gigging for God,” making their living playing at area churches. Part 1 focuses on the role of the megachurch. [...]
And I’d join the movement If there was one I could believe in Yeah I’d break bread and wine If there was a church I could receive in – U2 “Acrobat” In my post introducing the Esse Quam Videri series, I mentioned another recurrent theme I want to introduce. It is a renewed search for [...]