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Articles tagged with: Schumacher

“Nones” on the Rise
October 16, 2012 – 4:43 pm | 6 Comments
“Nones” on the Rise

They aren’t really all that interested in us; but we should be interested in them.

Creation and Its Detractors
March 27, 2012 – 2:44 pm | 5 Comments
Creation and Its Detractors

Can you imagine The New York Times printing a critique of scientific atheism? That fact alone might be taken as wry proof for the existence of God!

Science: “Just” a Matter of Faith?
April 12, 2011 – 3:29 pm | No Comment
Science: “Just” a Matter of Faith?

“Our imagination is stretched to the utmost”

Food for theological reflection
March 16, 2011 – 2:10 pm | 3 Comments
Food for theological reflection

“Food is supposed to be sacred, not fast.”

Msafiri: Ethiopia
March 10, 2011 – 12:32 pm | No Comment
Msafiri: Ethiopia

Africa messes with your head.

Msafiri: African Lutheran Seminaries
February 19, 2011 – 8:09 am | No Comment
Msafiri: African Lutheran Seminaries

I was hoping there would be a handy reference resource someplace where I could look up basic information for the Lutheran seminaries on the continent. A sort of Lutheran seminary yellow pages.

Msafiri: Uganda
January 31, 2011 – 12:18 am | No Comment
Msafiri: Uganda

Lira is not a big town, not an important place by most measures. It’s not on the way to anywhere most people want to go (though a signpost in town points to Juba, well to …

Elizabeth Edwards, Happiness, and God
December 14, 2010 – 6:17 am | One Comment
Elizabeth Edwards, Happiness, and God

. . . one more curious snowflake in the information blizzard in which we live.

Earth Day: together with all creatures
April 22, 2010 – 3:26 pm | 2 Comments
Earth Day: together with all creatures

I blog elsewhere about the adventures (and misadventures) of trying my hand with a small hobby farm. Most of the time, the joys and struggles of that life with some land do not intersect in any …

Supreme Religion
April 9, 2010 – 5:45 pm | 5 Comments
Supreme Religion

Catholic justices have, for the most part, a strongly developed understanding of natural law and moral order, and the same cannot be said of many Protestants.