(NOTE: I originally posted this series for the Advent Season in 2009. Re-posting for the 2010 Advent Season.) A note about this series: Around this time every year, my friend Eric Huntsman, who is an associate professor of religion at … Continue reading
When I first started ClobberBlog over two years ago, it was pretty much a catch-all for anything that I wanted to blog about: video games, personal events, politics, interfaith dialogue, and topics pertaining to my own religion. Over time, I’ve … Continue reading
My NT 6221 class requires a sermon on either Luke 5:1-11 or Luke 11:1-13. I selected the latter passage. The requirements were that it be 7-8 pages long in outline form and utilize at least three commentaries or journal articles. … Continue reading
My post on Romans 16 is now available at LDS & Evangelical Conversations, complete with an extended 10-page PDF for those who desire more in-depth study. Enjoy.
The Mind of the Master Class: History and Faith in the Southern Slaveholders’ Worldview by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Eugene D. Genovese [October 2005; reviewed 11-18-2010] It’s been a long time since I posted either a book review or anything that … Continue reading
When I was 16-17 and “investigating” the LDS church for the first time, “the Church is true” was a phrase Brother Pratt loved to repeat. If you’ve read the “Mormonism & Me” series, you will recall that Brother Pratt was … Continue reading
I’ve been a collector of true crime stories for a long time now. It’s a morbid hobby, I know, but I figure it’s something that tends to go with the turf of having your very own childhood friend get kidnapped, … Continue reading
Patheos has updated and republished a guest post that I originally did for Times & Seasons a little over a year ago. Comments here are closed; if you want to comment on the article, you’ll have to comment at Patheos.
My husband and I recently finished The Way of Kings, an epic fantasy novel by our friend and LDS author Brandon Sanderson. The book features characters who can turn one type of matter into another, people who walk on walls … Continue reading
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