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Art and Architecture in Huntsville

With the fourth week of heART of Huntsville came a focus on architecture with, of course, a healthy dose of art.  After weeks focusing on campus art, outdoor sculptures, David Adickes, performing arts, and Richard Haas, the final week of the program focused on three homes in the Huntsville Cultural District: The “Bone Home,” the Kellogg-Pritchett House, and the Wynne Home. 543 more words

Civic Engagement

Livability, Sustainability, and Architectural Ability: LEAP Center sees Dan Phillips' Work

The LEAP Center Ambassadors finished their summer they way we began it: by making learning fun.  In May we headed to Austin for a fun-packed week learning about campaigning.  748 more words

Civic Engagement

The Gracelessness of "It's All Grace" Advocates

Ever noticed the irony of certain theological positions? For instance, those who hold to the “It’s All Grace” (neo-antinomianism) position can be quite legalistic in their condemnation of those with whom they disagree. 324 more words


The Cult of Celeb-rianity

I read this article over at Pyromaniacs and decided to link it here for the edification of Absolute Dominion’s readership.

I was struck and my heart was pricked by the simple truth of the piece and I sadly realized that I too often stand guilty of the error pinpointed by the author, Dan Phillips. 55 more words


Important Questions About Homosexuality That Never Get Asked

In hopes of helping the media become more even-handed in their reporting, Dan Phillips writes a list of questions he wished they would ask Democratic Candidates concerning homosexuality and related issues. 226 more words

Or bang down a bottle of your favorite adult beverage...

Proverbs is a collection of…well, proverbs! And proverbs by definition are short and pointed. They burst in the front door, bang a cup on the table, have their say, and then exit with a slam – leaving us blinking in amazement and mulling over what they said.

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Wisdom taught...wisdom required...

…Proverbs both teaches wisdom, and requires wisdom for its correct interpretation and application.

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Dan Phillips