Archive: Sep 2010

Accidental Death and a Sovereign God

By S. D. Smith

I hate traffic, especially drug traffic, but also the congested, automobile variety. Today I was held up by a vast, right-lane conspiracy of cars blocking the road by driving so slow they Read More ›

Ban The Fiddler’s Gun

By Pete Peterson

[Note: September 25 – October 2 is Banned Books Week

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Wade in the Water (and Song of the Day)

By Janna Barber

I had the idea a while back to write a post about two of my favorite bands: Waterdeep and Wilco. I like alliteration and alphabetical categories as much as any other former English major, and the comparison of Read More ›

The Charlatan’s Boy by Jonathan Rogers

By Pete Peterson

Jonathan Rogers’ The Charlatan’s Boy will be available on October 5, but you don’t have to wait that long! We’re officially accepting pre-orders starting right now, and when you buy Read More ›

The C. S. Lewis Bible: An Interview & Preview with Bruce Edwards

By Scott Calhoun

We are on the cusp of VDT Madness. In just a few months, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, as imagined by Michael Apted and, uh: Christopher Markus, Read More ›

Blue & Gold by Taya Gray

By Jason Gray

My wife Taya posted another blog, and because I’m such a fan of her writing, I thought I’d share it here.  These observations of hers come at the end of a challenging season in the Gray household. Hope you enjoy it.

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Song of the Day: Ben Shive

By Pete Peterson

There are rumors around town that there might be a new Ben Shive album on the horizon. If you love his Read More ›

The Artist’s Desire

By Ron Block

The question was raised here recently whether the artist’s pursuit is selfish.

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Transparency Part 1: The Risk & Reward Of An Honest Facebook Status Update

By Jason Gray

“…never again do I want to see / my own children running after me / teardrops on my collar and sleeves / ‘daddy don’t go… daddy don’t go…’ / let some other guy take my place / let some other fool sing these songs…” – Pierce Pettis. Some days I feel this song…

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By Evie Coates

Last night I was in the Hatch for a good while. I sipped red, painted green, listened to blues and glowed gold in the spotlight. See, I have this clip-on lamp that hangs above my Read More ›

Because Silliness is Next to Godliness

By Randall Goodgame

For two formative years of my life, my favorite song was Monty Python’s “The Lumberjack Song”. I was 13 and the silliness of Monty Python would make me laugh till tears leaked out Read More ›

Tomato Jam Session

By Evie Coates

My new friend (and art patron), Kim Watkins, wrote a while back and asked for this recipe, said she was intending to serve it for dinner when her in-laws came for a visit. I do love to Read More ›

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