December, 2009

A Tale of Two Idols

Padre Cícero, the renegade priest who founded the city of Juazeiro do Norte, has been featured before on this blog....

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Rapid Reviews: Of Tilt-A-Whirls and Ape Men

Since July I have had the opportunity to read several books which time has not permitted me to review fully....

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I’ve Been Ridin’ on the Railroad…

After what seems like forever, the Cariri Railroad project is finally open for business–sort of. They are giving free rides...

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Li’l Abner: Urban Missionary

The good folks at Sharper Iron just published a little article I wrote about the virtues of rural church-planting, as...

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Meet the New RAs

This year we added to the many hats we wear here at the Seminary that of Dean of Single Students....

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Brazilian Musical Interlude: Perpetuum Jazzille, BR6, Sing Aquarela do Brasil

What do you get when you match a Slovenian vocal band and a Brazilian sextet with one of the greatest...

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Cape Verde Project Video

As vacation time begins here at the seminary most of our students make their way back to their home churches....

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David Goldman Before Congress

From Rio Gringa comes this interview with David Goldman. If you are unaware of the details of how his son...

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Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

Or, since I am referring to Honduras, “tierra de los libres, hogar de los valientes”. Congratulations to the people of...

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The Brazilian Twin Phenomenon

I have written about this before. There appears to be a growing curiosity about the connection between the Brazilian town...

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