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Mere Fidelity: Atonement

A few weeks ago Matt Anderson and I invited on Adam Johnson and Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry to talk about atonement. Our qualifications? Well, on our end, Anderson runs the Mere Orthodoxy site and I wrote this super-long… 92 more words

November 30th

It is November 30th, 2013. When I wake up this afternoon, I don’t know that I’ll never see you again.

I’ll go to game and wonder why you aren’t there. 1,324 more words

The Orphan Master's Son, by Adam Johnson

I’ve always been “fascinated” by North Korea. That’s a bad word to use, because what’s there to be fascinated about an oppressed country? (The fact that North Koreans appear to be so brainwashed into believing they’re living ideal lives, or that they’re so fearful of being reported that they’ll continue acting a certain way and fulfill their patriotic duties by reporting those acting against the great country? 328 more words

Books

“Feel her sadness at having to return to a land where doctors chase pregnant women with ultrasounds. Sense her outrage at being sent back to a crime-laden land of materialism and exclusion, where huge populations languish in jail, sprawl urine-soaked in the streets, or babble incoherently about God on the sweatpants-polished pews of megachurches.”

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LSJ boys tennis dream team

LSJ DREAM TEAM SINGLES

Boys tennis player of the year: Heeder

Boys tennis player of the year: Heeder

Matt Heeder (Lansing Catholic sr.) …26-1, CAAC White champion, Division 4 regional champion, state runner-up… 1,434 more words

News

North Korea: The Orphan Master's Son - Adam Johnson

Where we are from says one character stories are factual. If a farmer is declared a music virtuoso by the state, everyone had better start calling him maestro. 843 more words

Readingtheworld

Globetrotting without getting out of bed - Tanya Vavilova

Books have the power to thrill, enchant and delight. They take us to far-flung places, spark our imagination and give us VIP access to people and places denied us in real life. 421 more words