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The 241 year old pendulum clock that’s more accurate than your watch

241 years ago today, John Harrison, one of Britain’s finest clockmakers died.  He left behind designs for a clock that makes the accuracy of that quartz watch on your wrist look pretty average. 1,214 more words


The Great Salsa Book

So this book has been in my collection and has been one of my favorites for many years. I see that it was recently republished in hardback and I can see why: it has stood the test of time. 350 more words

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Transfiguration, Transformation, Hope

My deepest thanks to D. Mark Davis and the Rev. Dr. Delmar Chilton for their insights and scholarship in writing this week’s sermon.

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Living More Deeply

This is a rehash an updated version of a sermon I gave in 2011. I hope you enjoy it.

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Laundry Lists and Love - God Cares!

This is, I confess, very much a rehashing of an old sermon. I don’t enjoy doing this sort of thing, but I got a bit overwhelmed with meetings (I co-chair… 2,338 more words

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Preview Episode (Dune)



S3E12P – Preview Episode (Dune)*


Book: “Dune (Dune Chronicles #1) (1965)” by Frank Herbert

“Here is the novel that will be forever considered a triumph of the imagination. 229 more words

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Level Talk. Have Drones Put an End to 'Just Wars'?

In this 28-minute interview on Sputnik Radio Edinburgh, guests Laurie Calhoun and Peter Lee (a Reader in Politics & Ethics at the University of Portsmouth) discuss with host John Harrison whether lethal drones have fundamentally changed the conduct of warfare, to the point where international protocols grounded in the “just war” tradition are now being ignored.


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