Tag: history

Review: The Future of Faith by Harvey Cox

March 9th, 2010, 19 Comments

I know I’ve been on something of a religion streak on the blog of late, and this will be the last such post for awhile. I first hear of Harvey Cox’s book The Future of Faith during an excellent hour-long interview with NPR’s Diane Rehm. It was intriguing enough that I bought the Kindle edition […]

Kansas Adventure

January 2nd, 2009, 3 Comments

Today, Terah and I set out for some geocaching. Jacob’s daycare was back in session (he goes twice a week), but we both had the day off. Jacob enjoys geocaching, but he does make it a lot slower. So we dropped him off at day care today, and headed off. We were also scouting out […]

Can You Feel The History?

September 7th, 2008, No Comments

A few years ago, Terah and I got to visit the beautifully-restored Kansas City Union Station. What a sight. A train station designed to hold 200,000 people, and saw over 200 trains pass through in its heyday. So many people had stories of traveling through Union Station, of arranging to meet someone under the station’s […]


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