Daily Archives: December 11, 2011

He Waited For The City

[Note: This is the text for the (brief) sermon message I gave on December 10, 2011, at the Mae Surin Refugee Camp.] Do you know what today is? Here in Thailand, December 10th is Constitution Day, a day where Thai … Continue reading

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On The Mae Surin Refugee Camp

[Note: Yesterday I visited the Mae Surin Refugee Camp, and I thought it worthwhile to share my impressions of the place given my critical eye. I give fair warning that there are some pretty fierce thoughts in here.] A little … Continue reading

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Book Review: A World Lit Only By Fire

A World Lit Only By Fire: The Medieval Mind And The Renaissance: Portrait Of An Age, by William Manchester At the outset, let’s make it clear that William Manchester clearly aligns himself with the Renaissance thinkers and secular humanists, is … Continue reading

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