When back in his comfortable normal life he entertained the great British public with tales of his racy and illuminating experiences, earning himself the sobriquet of the Doss House Parson. Naturally, he was concerned about apparel. “Socks”, he noted, “are very seldom worn.
Normally, the second tier teams are sponsored by local businesses, and again, there was little of that this year. Some of the normal local hot shoes weren’t in the race. Jim Ingelbright and Scott Pruett who always seem to have a ride for the Infineon race, weren’t there.
Whether President Obama or his successor chooses Justice Scalia successor, the language and logic of the First Amendment should be respected. It states, shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. The Supreme Court isn Congress, but it does effectively make laws.
In 1964, MoMA commissioned the LOVE device for a Christmas card, and then commercial art hacks ripped it off. Even worse, the public to this day identifies Indiana with the LOVE icon, even if to the art world proper he is usually considered one of the [Read more.]I have written about art for a number of years, specializing in first person art criticism as art critic for the Village Voice, then in the Soho News. I have championed..
Tami VanRensselaer in Greencastle asked us to visit her hometown and see how far it come, so for this week Your Town Friday we headed to Putnam County! Greencastle is on I 70 about halfway between Terre Haute and Indianapolis. About 10,000 people live there. It was founded in 1821 by Ephraim Dukes.
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Wars result out of racial hatred. Religious intolerance breeds clashes. We can still narrow down to seemingly trivial differences such as different sects within the same religion, different dialect groups within the same community. Robinson, special to CNN(CNN) On day five after the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown at the hands of police, I was on the phone with a white Christian and fellow preacher concerning the racial cauldron that has become Ferguson, Missouri.During our conversation, he spent more time decrying rioting and calling for calm and prayer than lamenting the modern day lynching by law enforcement of innocent black bodies that are piling up across the nation.But most frustrating was his solution to the racial powder keg that has produced the Fergusons across the nation: a call for more racially diverse churches.I get tired of that one. His unrelenting insistence reminded me in the most stark terms of James Baldwin’s prophetic quip: “Racial progress in America is measured by how fast I become white.”Simplyhaving diverse congregations without addressing the weightier matters of social justice and structural racism is notbetter church practice. It is possibly subterfuge.During Princeton Theological Seminary’s 2014 Black Theology and Leadership Institute, of which I was a fellow, Dr.