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I talk a lot about “redeeming” the world. Even before the fall, God gave humanity a “cultural mandate” to further God’s creation. Then, when humanity rejected God and used culture for its own purposes, God sent Christ to redeem creation … Continue reading
The most interesting person I’ve become aware of recently is Australian pop musician Sam Sparro. The DJs on KCRW have been playing his song “Black and Gold” a lot lately. I think it is a compliment to say that the … Continue reading
Since I finished my one year teaching gig at Azusa Pacific University, I had to turn in my beautiful MacBook Pro yesterday. It was such a sad day that I listened to Jeff Buckley’s “Last Goodbye” all day.