The Big Think

November 29, 2004

Quoth

Filed under: Quoth — jasony @ 1:21 pm

People will complain once about price, but forever about quality. If you do top quality work, they may even brag about what it cost as well as your high quality work.
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Faculty Clubs and Church Pews

Filed under: Uncategorized — jasony @ 11:46 am

“Most of my Christian friends have no clue what goes on in faculty clubs. And my colleagues in faculty offices cannot imagine what happens in those evangelical churches on Sunday morning.
In both cases, the truth is surprisingly attractive. And surprisingly similar: Churches and universities are the two twenty-first century American enterprises that care most about ideas, about language, and about understanding the world we live in, with all its beauty and ugliness. Nearly all older universities were founded as schools of theology: a telling fact. Another one is this: A large part of what goes on in those church buildings that dot the countryside is education — people reading hard texts, and trying to sort out what they mean.
Christians believe in a God-Man who called himself (among other things) “the Truth.” Truth-seeking, testing beliefs with tough-minded questions and arguments, is a deeply Christian enterprise. Evangelical churches should be swimming in it. Too few are.”

read more of this excellent article here

FrontLines

Filed under: Uncategorized — jasony @ 11:36 am

Here is a great letter from a soldier who fought in the battle of Fallujah.

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