Daily Archives: 14 June 2008

Satellite Imagination: The Dutch Connection

With my daughter’s telescope, I can barely pick out Titan. It moves a lot more slowly in its orbit than Jupiter’s moons. We certainly can’t detect that pretty orange atmosphere. It’s just a point of light. In the image to … Continue reading

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Wedding Lectionary: Colossians 3:12-17

If you’re a church musician, you’ll love this reading. My own sense is that in liturgy circles, it gets done a little too much, but take heart: your casual Christians don’t hear enough of it: Brothers and sisters: Put on, … Continue reading

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FIYH 32-33: The Arts and Popular Culture

Picking up on yesterday’s theme of cultural engagement, the arts add more insight for the preacher’s task: [32] Regular and sustained contact with the world’s greatest literature or with its painting, sculpture, and musical achievements can rightfully be regarded by … Continue reading

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