The gym “was not anything like one of those techno-mart wall-to-wall muscle factories. He detested those. Mirrors everywhere, as though a gym was supposed to be some kind of a satanic and narcissistic fun house”
Ecochondriacs, p. 109
“Keith was built like a couple of fire hydrants, one of top of the other, and the top one was a little bit wider”
Ecochondriacs, p. 108
“And so the first business of the preacher is to conquer the tyranny of his moods, and to be always ready for his work”
Phillips Brooks, The Joy of Preaching, p. 63
Introduction: I am familiar with the broad outlines of what is occurring in the Southern Baptist Convention, but that is it—the broad outlines. I don't know a whole lot beyond that. I ...
“He was an affable man, and he might even have become a good man eventually if only he had been allowed to do that without having to overcome many obstacles or any stiff resistance. He liked the idea of being good”
Ecochondriacs, p. 104
Letter to the Editor: This article is a brilliant, luminous gem. Thanks to Rev. Dr. Joe Boot, Steve Deace, and the Crosspolitic guys' truthful reporting last year, I became a rube at the ...
“He had white hair that was thick and full, and which reached almost to his shoulders. He looked like a cross between an aging hippie running a tie dye shop and a Confederate general.”
Ecochondriacs, p. 103
God believes in training, and He especially believes in difficult training. The reason He believes in difficult training is that you are going out to serve Him in a difficult world. Christian ...
Introduction: To his credit, Fauci had a great bedside manner. He was gruff in a friendly way, and he spoke with authoritative mien. If someone really wanted to believe that the Men of Science had the situation well in hand, then Fauci knew how to emit just the right kind of reassuring noises. Unfortunately, the …