Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Coconut Tree

Compared to my last few selections, the two books today target a different audience. The first book is Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. It’s rhythmic, gentle, classic, and well worth a 60th anniversary edition. It even made me laugh … Continue reading

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Millennials, Part 3: Based on a True Story

After covering theology and anthropology, I searched for other views of Millenials. Like the other posts, any view will be a vast overgeneralization, and I’m not claiming otherwise. Even a full page is a snapshot of my thoughts, and these … Continue reading

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Millennials, Part 2: Anthropology

Late in the semester, Bellarmine faculty literally packed the Fireplace Room for a talk about generations. Over one-quarter of the faculty showed. Half that count would be nice when my collaborator and I present in early February. The conversation focused … Continue reading

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Millennials, Part 1: unChristian Theology

At Bellarmine, I work with Millennials, a new generation. Part of working with them is understanding their beliefs, which differ from mine. Each generation changes in many ways. I’ve been reading accounts to help me learn about their differences. The … Continue reading

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Football as Salvation

It should surprise almost nobody that I served as manager and statistician for my high school’s football team. Well, if you know me now, I’m reasonably sized, but I had a late puberty. At the beginning of tenth grade I … Continue reading

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