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Nate Knows Nada

"The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud." -Coco Chanel

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Resquiat in pacem

Sun, 22 Jul 2007 14:21:09 +0000

Rest eternal grant unto her, O Lord. Let light perpetual shine upon her.

Pretty much the story of my life, too

Fri, 13 Jul 2007 14:01:45 +0000

From over at Crooked TImber:

If God’s on our side…

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 14:52:25 +0000

Today's Boston Globe prints a really thoughtful piece by Charles Marsh on American evangelical Protestantism's disunity with virtually the rest of Christianity.From Pentecostals in Brazil to the Christian Councils of Ghana, from the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East to the Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem, from Pope John Paul II to the The Waldensian Reformed Church of Italy and the Christian Conference of Asia, the voices of our brothers and sisters in the global ecumenical church spoke in unison.Why did American evangelicals not pause for a moment in the rush to war to consider the near-unanimous disapproval of the global Christian community? The worldwide Christian opposition seems to me the most neglected story related to the religious debate about Iraq: Despite approval for the president's decision to go to war by 87 percent of white evangelicals in April 2003, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts poll, almost every Christian leader in the world (and almost every nonevangelical leader in the United States) voiced opposition to the war.Why?Conservative evangelical elites, in exchange for political access and power, have ransacked the faith and trivialized its convictions.

Excellent news if you do politics like we do

Tue, 03 Jul 2007 14:52:24 +0000

If you're a regular reader in the academic blogosphere, you may have noticed that there are a fair number of blogs out there, either written by economists (and which present economic research) or that simply present the results of economic research that the general public might find accessible and interesting.Henry Farrell has done those of us who study politics a favor by trying to get us to do some of the same.

May I make a small confession?

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 13:52:40 +0000

Web designer extraordinaire Eston Bond is quite the handsome geek. Moppish hair, serious look, what’s not to love? Plus, his design work is absolutely beautiful.

Mitt Romney, professional plastics man

Wed, 20 Jun 2007 17:57:40 +0000

Slate puts it nicely:With its ridiculous premise, creepy intimacy, and hollow candidate, the Romney video ought to be unbearable to watch.... It's as if Jerry Mathers discovered a lost episode of Leave It to Beaver in which Ward Cleaver asks June, Wally, and the Beave whether he should challenge Vice President Nixon for the Republican nomination.Individually, the Romney boys are as dull and wrinkle-free as their father.

Gecko rendering?

Mon, 18 Jun 2007 15:14:23 +0000

Weirdly, my Gecko-based browsers (Camino and Firefox) are rendering this page completely screwed up.  Webkit(safari) seems fine.  Do any other users out there have difficulty seeing this page?

Funnily enough….

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 14:53:03 +0000

I am listed in a directory of "traditional Anglican" blogs. "Traditional Anglicans" are those who don't like gays, think that we should scrap tradition and reason, and generally think the Episcopal Church is a nest of vipers.I note there are a couple of other non-traditionalist bloggers in there too.

Super cool history

Mon, 07 May 2007 15:16:30 +0000

For anglophiles and chronophiles: Technorati Tags: bayeux, england, history

I don’t think I’ll have to purchase this

Sat, 21 Apr 2007 13:13:14 +0000

Russell seems not to have these needs: Technorati Tags: bad science, puppy, sex, weird