Day: March 2, 2014


Domestic Arts

There is an old joke about nationalities. If two Americans find themselves in a space, they’ll start a committee. Two Englishmen, a queue. Two Frenchmen, an argument. The premise — beyond the stereotyping, of course — is that if there […]


Church History

I finished (perhaps) my part of our church history project today: editing all the chapters together. In the process, I got to follow the history of one place and group of people from 1830 to 2013. So often our views […]