On Tuesday I’ll probably wake up to find my liver has enough of my shenanigans, leaving me a note about how it has wasted its youth on me and how it’s best we have a break. 746 more words
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As poor as I am at math, I certainly hope the answer to the question of “Is math real?” is an emphatic “no”.
This, my first in what will certainly be many attempts to make a fool of myself on weighty philosophical topics, I want to discuss the nature of mathematics and its relation to the “real” world. 839 more words
Brian McLaren’s latest outing is entitled Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road? (Jericho Books, 2012). The book is written primarily for those with “an internal unrest about Christian identity,” and who are “seeking a way of being Christian that makes you more hospitable, not more hostile…more loving, not more judgmental…more like Christ and less (I’m sad to have to say this) like many churchgoers you have met” (p. 1,761 more words