In case you wondered, this is where I got it from: arial black font, italicized, only lower case.
Camilla: Do you have an iPod I could have? Gibbs: I have something even better. Something unlike anything your classmates have ever seen.
There is a certain kind of fellow whose intellectual interest in some traditional theological position grows even as his own interest (or ability) in living out the implications of that theology decline. In fact, he believes his right to indulge the flesh is purchased by his vehement condemnation of the same indulgence.
Last summer, I saw a billboard for a massage therapist who claimed to offer “Integrated Massage Solutions,” which sounded perfectly absurd, but then I started to notice these terms everywhere. Everything is integrated. Everything is a solution. Yogurt companies don’t sell yogurt anymore. They sell “Integrated Yogurt Solutions.” Teachers don’t offer online classes, they offerContinue reading “Integrated Zeitgeist Solutions”
Harris: …and so that was when I knew I couldn’t be a Christian any longer. Podcaster: You just have such an amazing, difficult story and you are so courageous for telling it. There’s so much brokenness in the world. And I know that I’m not exactly where you are, so I guess there’s sort ofContinue reading “Woke Evangelicals Interviewing Josh Harris”
Seven years ago, I briefly wrote AuRevoir1967, a Twitter account which summarized (in 140 characters) episodes of a fictional television show that was a bit like Absolutely Fabulous and a bit like a Destroyer record. I’ve thought several times of resurrecting this thing, but never gone through with it.
“Not every teenager is good at being a teenager, just like not every adult is good at being an adult, not every newlywed is good at being a newlywed, and so forth. There are many stages of life, and you can be good or bad at any of them. Doing well as a teenager meansContinue reading “A Bracing Little Speech For The First Day Of School”
This is what that dude is up to today.
Skip asking potential teachers about their “personal philosophy of education.” That won’t tell you anything about them. Ask them to write a description of a school which calls itself classical, thinks of itself as classical, but isn’t. How have they fooled themselves? What allows the illusion to persist? When is the illusion likely to beContinue reading “Quit Asking Potential Teachers About Their “Personal Philosophy of Education.””