Monthly Archives: December 2011

Hanukkah for Christians?

I’m going out a limb to say that Christians can celebrate Hanukkah, too… Continue reading

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Christopher Hitchens, 1949-2011

In my thoughtful examination of my own religious perspective on the world, Hitchens was at times a key part of my “critical detour,” a challenging exercise, lifting me out of my navel-gazing stupor. Continue reading

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Article in PBU Today; Dr. Sam Hsu

As the PBU family–all of us Dr. Hsu’s children in some sense–mourns his death, we look with pain and expectation to the resurrection. Between now and then, we will miss him, and many others whom we have lost and will yet lose. Yet YHWH loses none who call upon him. He sees the suffering of his children, and hears the groaning of the broken world that he created good–and he grieves with us. Continue reading

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Completing a Thesis

Time, creativity, Sitzfleisch… Continue reading

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