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Well Tweets for 2012-05-11

“The true religious ought to be like wolves, which never show themselves in public unless necessary” – Brother Giles # Amazing! RT @schdiv: Princeton Seminary launches free digital library! http://t.co/9JMIoCy2 #

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Well Tweets for 2012-04-20

I was a guest on the Chapterhouse Podcast. Check it out, I tried to put some thought provoking tidbits in there. http://t.co/SpLaIYQH #

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Simply obey

“The matter is quite simple. The Bible is very easy to understand. But we Christians are a bunch of scheming swindlers. We pretend to be unable to understand it because we know very well that the minute we understand we … Continue reading

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Well Tweets for 2012-03-02

I'd never heard of the Sons of Korah until @alanhirsch mentioned there coming the US in March. Great music. http://t.co/lWM9qeRD #

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Ever give yourself a backrub?

  How often do you give yourself a backrub?   Never? Because we are used to loving ourselves through other things (reciprocally). We want a girlfriend because she will make us feel good. She will give us the back rub. … Continue reading

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Well Tweets for 2012-02-24

People do not understand how I interact with church, please do not make your own decisions based on not understanding mine. #

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Sixth Grade Science Projects

I thought about those science shows where  young kids develop inventions and solutions to problems. I haven't seen them in a while, but I always enjoyed watching the creativity of kids solving problems. I was thinking about that the other … Continue reading

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Well Tweets for 2012-02-17

I've been blogging a bit. Every Thursday, I'm going to toss something on the Well. Today I wrote about the idea of youth…. #

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The Generation called “our Children”

They used to be called parents. I am of course speaking of the generation who has come before us—those who gave birth to us. But watch as they strive to be thought of as the generation who will come after … Continue reading

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The Generation Gap

The generation gap is not a gap in time it is a gap in responsibility.  The generation gap occurred when one generation saw their children living out the effects of their own sinful actions and they responded by pretending it was … Continue reading

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