Tag Archives: Religion and Spirituality

I’m Always Angry

A good friend corresponds with me through email with words incredibly applicable that I feel is worthwhile moving forward in this coverage of Brant Hanson’s “Unoff-end-able.” Consider it a break from me. My friend writes, “I read your post today … Continue reading

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An Angry Man

An obstacle, maybe primary, is voiced well by a previous reader of this series, “Is God ever offended? Does God ever get angry over these offenses?” Made in His image, this comment is of course meant to suggest we ought … Continue reading

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How Just One Change Can Make All Of Life Better

Cozier is the contempt, anger justified, toward those who march to a differing tune than my own, those who would offend me. “modern me” An ad for a piece of literature finds its way into my inbox. I did not ask for it. No … Continue reading

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Safely Camping Where They Aren’t

It is 2:30. No, not the 2:30 most of us find ourselves awake and participating in the normality of a structured and patterned lifestyle, but the other 2:30, and I really believe I am only three seconds away from being the … Continue reading

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Speaking with a Perfect Accent

Following, is a tribute (and a stolen one I might add) to an amazing child of the King of kings. It is a precious privilege to call this tribute’d “friend.” These words were written, I will conjure by a near family member, … Continue reading

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