Category Archives: postmodernism

Whoopi Gets Hot on Sex – Driscolls vs. Postmoderns on The View

Poor Mark Driscoll. Really, I mean it this time. He and his beautiful wife Grace sat down yesterday on a beehive of irritated TV personalities on The View. The Driscolls were barely introduced before co-host Joy Behar asked why they oppose homosexuals “having fun.” “Nice to meet you too, Joy,” Driscoll should have said. Whoopi […] Continue reading

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Living Alone Together – new marriage alternatives

Those of you tired of marriage can opt to “Live Alone Together”. Does it make any sense?

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How Can We Then Live? – building disciples able to think

It was my fifth weekend retreat asking, “How Should We Then Live?” But the question was malformed. It should be, “How Can We Then Live?”

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