Archive: May 2011



Call Me Jacob

By Sarah Clarkson

You can call me Jacob today, for I intend to wrestle with God. Sometimes, there is no other way to know him. Sometimes I must grip him with the hands of grief or I will not be able to Read More ›

Angry Email: A Cautionary Tale

By Andrew Peterson

Several years ago my web store, the homespun operation which was to become the Rabbit Room, was run in my luxurious garage. Right next to the garbage can, over by the hot water Read More ›

More Like Falling In Love Part 3: Lie, Hide… or Love

By Jason Gray

(With the release of my remix project, Song Cycles, it seemed like a good opportunity to revisit and remix some musings I wrote about the ideas behind the song “More Like Falling In Love” back when it originally released.)

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Song of the Day: Ben Shive

By Pete Peterson

One of the best things about walking into the Hutch these days is hearing the occasional snippet of a new Read More ›

Sally Lloyd-Jones: Simple, but not too Simple

By Russ Ramsey

A few years ago there appeared a post here about The Jesus Storybook Bible. That post was my introduction to the writings of Sally Lloyd-Jones. I don’t know what Sally’s writing process is Read More ›

Paul Simon’s So Beautiful Or So What

By Jason Gray

There is a single moment on Paul Simon’s So Beautiful Or So What that to me could stand for the whole record. It’s four tracks in, in the middle of the song “Rewrite” after the first Read More ›

God’s Own Fool

By Lanier Ivester

So surrender the hunger to say you must know,
Have the courage to say,’ I believe’.
For the power of paradox opens your eyes,
And blinds those who say they can see.

~Michael Card

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I’m Finite, How Are You?

By S. D. Smith

“Everywhere I go I see you.” Rich Mullins

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A World Short on Masters

By Russ Ramsey

Have you ever looked at an actual Rembrandt? I mean really looked? I have. And it is exhausting. Why? Because Rembrandt was a master. If you are willing to look, he will show more than you can take in. This is what masters do.

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The Rabbit Room 2.0

By Andrew Peterson

Welcome, friends, to the new Rabbit Room.

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