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For years, I have thought of reading the Apocrypha (19 books for Orthodox, 15 for Catholics that have been omitted from Protestant Bibles), but I have never taken the time. A couple of days ago, Amanda and I were talking … Continue reading
When I was in college a buddy of mine and his girlfriend made connecting iron-on t-shirts – one read “Protestant Tested”, the other, “Catholic Approved.” As I think about what the unity of believers means, I am struck by this … Continue reading
Just like in the states there are many necessary amenities – water, gas, electricity, internet, rent, and filtered water. Unlike the states, paying them is always an adventure. It would be easy to just pay online or to write a … Continue reading
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Evey time I get on the subway or walk around town, I realize I am truly a fat guy in a little country. Unlike in the states where there is a one seat space etiquette, China has no such cultural … Continue reading
My first teaching job in China is an English writing class. I have two classes that meet twice a week – one upper level and one lower level. In my A class, one of my students wrote this essay during … Continue reading