Archive for the ‘religion’ Category

Would you come?

30Oct07

If in my complete lack of spare time I managed to organize a dialogue between 20-30something professionals from Christianity, Islam and Judaism? There should be enough people of each faith in the area to support the idea. I’ve got no desire to convert anyone. But a true desire to learn. (and that would be the […]


In the description of my blog on the side bar, it says that I blog about religion and politics, in all their not-a-dinner-table-conversation glory (gore?).  And that’s always been what I wanted to blog about, because in the world I find myself in, lacking in knowledge of either realm means you’re pretty much not with […]


-Yitzak Rabin There is no path to peace. The path is peace. I had hoped that by the time I got to blog about the document sent to B16, he would have at least acknowledged receiving it. Personally acknowledged, not through a secretary. I have a profound respect for B16 because he is my pope. […]


As Ali Eteraz points out, its been almost a year since the Pope’s Regensburg lecture. I should remember, we waisted so much class time talking about it, that three months later, we covered three weeks of stuff in one night. The part I find interesting isn’t that he’s posting about it now, but what he […]


Oh holy crap. I’m so not ready for the semester to start. Its still august, that means I’ve got time, right? Uh, no, not so much. Things I still need to do before next Wednesday: Register for classes. Get email confirmation from Advisor-Man about the two classes I am taking now that I can’t take […]


Tomorrow is my 25th birthday. One quarter of one century. Its not that I’m feeling old, on the contrary, I’m feeling quite young. But I also feel like I should have accomplished more in the last five years especially. I’ve graduated form college, gotten married, helped raise the munchkins, and begun working on my Masters. […]


B is a Baptist, and has been thinking about converting to Catholicism. Which is wonderful to me, every time I think about it, because I honestly never thought it would happen. But we still have some differing opinions about things like dispensationalism, the rapture, the Pope, Mary, and the real presence of Christ in the […]