Tag Archives: tradition


Every few weeks, a scholar of religion named T.M. Luhrmann writes an op ed column in the New York Times. This week, she is examining the line between belief and unbelief, specifically, what she calls the “boggle line” between things we … Continue reading

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The Church According to Merv Griffin?

The Answer: A world-renown cellist recently interviewed on PBS and creator of  “The Silk Road Project,” an ensemble of musicians from over twenty countries with a new  release called A Playlist Without Borders. In describing the project its creator said, “The … Continue reading

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Tradition (and pies)

Pie crusts, check. Pecans, check. Pumpkin, check. It was a good afternoon yesterday, shopping for what I’d need to make my pies. Two of them this year: a Dutch apple pie and a pumpkin and pecan pie. And some cheddar-dill … Continue reading

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Time Traveler

I traveled recently to the year 1662.  And 1789.  But I’ve spent a lot of time in 2012 too. There is great beauty to be found in the connections we’re able to feel between our past and present as members … Continue reading

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