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June 01, 2005



i am glad i am not the only one who got a nagging sense of "moral relativism" from the latest 3 in the star wars series.

i find myself more pretending that there were only 3 movies these days, after wasting countless hours in lines for the new ones.

it is nice to see that you were blogging, i think of you often lately. my return to the church, marriage and kids have me thinking back to a lot of people i didn't appreciate when i had them around me.

drop me a line sometime, if you are so inclined. i would love for our kids to meet, and to discuss theology and/or politics of the world with you, now that we are back on common ground.

Jerry Bray

Hi Dave,

This is your old library buddy, jerry bray. I'm down in texas teaching special ed nowadays. I hope everything is going fine. I am extremely( HA Ha) dismayed that your not down with my man mr Eko on lost. he's my favorite character. He killed two of the "others" all by himself, using a rock no less!! That should make up for any theological faux pas don't you think. And i think his scripture/Jesus stick is cool. Anyway, drop me a line sometime. jerry

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  • Ravi Zacharias: Can Man Live Without God?

    Ravi Zacharias: Can Man Live Without God?
    An amazing book that makes the case for God not by citing the Bible or great theologians, but by analyzing the philosophies of famous atheists and showing their flaws.

  • C. S. Lewis: Mere Christianity

    C. S. Lewis: Mere Christianity
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    C. S. Lewis: Space Trilogy
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