Tag Archives: Paul and Timothy

Confessions of a Real Jerk – resenting the success of others

[From the archives.] I can be a real jerk sometimes. I acted like a jerk in elementary school, high school, college, law school, and on into adulthood. The way I’m a jerk might look different now (I’m no longer the … Continue reading

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Wine, Whiskey and Faith – cures for what ails you

[An archived post apropos to cold and flu season.] Alcohol has been used for medicinal purposes for millennia, even finding it’s way into the Bible when an older Christian advised a young friend: Stop drinking only water, and use a … Continue reading

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Civil Rights And The Gospel – why the struggle is worth it

I like inertia. I like that an object at rest tends to stay at rest, especially when the object is my body, and I like that an object in motion tends to stay in motion if that means I don’t have to … Continue reading

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I Hate It When I’m A Jerk

I can be a real jerk sometimes. I acted like a jerk in elementary school, high school, college, law school, and on into adulthood. The way I’m a jerk might look different now (I’m no longer the kid who thought … Continue reading

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