Dan Stringer

navigating the convergence of faith, culture and the common good

Archive for September, 2011

September 30, 2011

Loon’s linkage (September ’11)

NPR interviews Rachel Held Evans on her year of “biblical womanhood.” Donald Miller shares the best writing advice he’s ever received. Jacob from St. Thomas the Doubter Church renders a humorous chart depicting how different Christian denominations perceive each other. (HT: Ed Stezer) 29-year-old Sarah Churman hears her own voice for the first time. (HT: Eugene Cho) Roger Olson is apparently...

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September 20, 2011

Grief journal (10 months)

[Insert profound grief quote here. Translation: Nothing impressed me this month.] If grieving were easy, it wouldn’t be grief. But if it’s supposed to be a rotten experience, then I guess we’re right on track. I feel a self-absorbed rant coming on, but those are so unoriginal these days. What’s the payoff for this blog-my-grief-once-a-month...

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September 8, 2011

Summer reading recap

The most lazily enriching summer of my life has come to an end. But oh what a summer it was; rejoicing after graduation, reconnecting with family, relaxing internationally, recuperating from busyness via recreation outdoors, realigning the soul through reflective prayer and preaching. And let’s not forget the signature diversion of summertime bliss: reading. No summer is...

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