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Summary and Book Review: The Good of Affluence


The Good of Affluence by John R. Schneider lays out a theological framework, primarily through interpreting the biblical text, by which to view wealth. In many ways this book is a defense of affluence over and against the view that the wealthy should divest themselves of most or all of their luxuries in order to provide necessities to the global poor. 1,119 more words


Looking at the value (picks & cash) of Seattle's draft class

Everyone always laughs at the instant draft grades handed out by analysts — the argument being that it is impossible to know how well a team did until its draft class has shown itself over a couple of years. 560 more words

John Schneider

Forget the Lynch drama; check out the cap space

For some reason, there has been a lot of concern about Marshawn Lynch’s retirement status: Is he really retiring? Why hasn’t he submitted his papers? Is he trying to screw the Seahawks? 575 more words

State Of The Team

Hawks going big to avoid going home early again

The Seahawks lost seven games last season, and most of those losses occurred because their offensive line got pushed around.

The Rams and Panthers especially dominated Seattle with their great defensive fronts — the Rams’ Aaron Donald, Michael Brockers, Robert Quinn and William Hayes; the Panthers’ Kawann Short, Star Lotulelei, Kony Ealy and Charles Johnson. 1,132 more words

Pete Carroll

Seahawks.com runs down every draft pick, with quotes, photos, audio and more.

Even as the Seahawks put together their most conventional draft under John Schneider, they still managed to… 173 more words

John Schneider

Hawk Mock: Way-Too-Early 2017 Edition

With just over 24 hours gone since┬áthe Seattle Seahawks put a bow on their 2016 draft class, one that included shoring up the offensive line and taking a bevy of running backs, it’s time to look ahead to next year’s class of 2017. 1,377 more words

Armchair Times

Carroll: Rawls is the starting tailback

How many running backs does it take to replace Marshawn Lynch while he rides off into the sunset on a camel? Apparently three.

As Lynch led their running game for most of the last six years, the Seahawks had drafted just four running backs (including one fullback). 483 more words

Pete Carroll