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Waterbuffalo Theology is an extraordinary book. It was one of the highlights of my seminary education!


Glad to see some other Christians are actually reading Pullman before condemning the triogy! Hope you enjoy them.


sorry bro....at least you have internet....no wifi at the hotel or convention center - though i'm sure you already knew that....hope to see you when you get here...


no wifi!!!! what is this?......


i was in your first alt. worship session tonight. it was one of the highlights of my day, so i'm glad you made it on time. lookin forward to friday.


Just wanting to let everyone know that I have the most complete list of nashville blogs on my site, so check it out.

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worship tricks

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    where i come across creative ideas, liturgies, movies, music tracks, service outlines or anything that strikes me, i add them as worship tricks. i started these in april 2002 when i first began blogging and they have built up over the years so that i am now on the third series. this has proved a pretty popular feature of the blog.

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