An Afternoon In Saint Petersburg

A soft breeze from the ceiling fan caresses my skin. Through the open window the gentle jangle of wind chimes waft in from the backyard. Squirrels chitter and fuss in the trees, where our designated favorite, Sunny, no doubt surveys her domain, waiting for the Bearer of Peanuts to come forth with treats and fresh… Continue reading An Afternoon In Saint Petersburg

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To X-Factor Or Not To X-Factor

Victoria has been encouraging me to to audition for Simon Cowell’s new American version of the British show X-Factor. The nearest auditions will be held in Miami on April 7th, and that’s close enough to make us think seriously about it. At the moment I’m kind of “iffy” on the whole thing. Given the realities… Continue reading To X-Factor Or Not To X-Factor

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Why Evangelicals Hate Jesus: The Perplexing Disparity Between Faith and Practice

Phil Zuckerman, a Professor of Sociology at Pitzer College in Claremont, CA, posted an excellent article recently, which I just had to share. ~ Wicasta The results from a recent poll published by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life reveal what social scientists have known for a long time: White Evangelical Christians are… Continue reading Why Evangelicals Hate Jesus: The Perplexing Disparity Between Faith and Practice

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