Monthly Archives: December 2010

A Weighty Solidarity

Gentlemen, Within the space of forty-eight hours, I was involved in two discussions about friendship, I heard a lament on the lack of good male camaraderie in our modern world, and I saw the film, “The King’s Speech.” I highly … Continue reading

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Joy to the World

Gentlemen Christmas is upon us: joy to the world! Joy is one of the emotions most often associated with this season. Don’t we confuse joy with happiness, though? I wish you both, but I know that life isn’t always happy. … Continue reading

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Christmas Conversations

Gentlemen, Several years ago, Donald Palmer wrote an article in which he explored the idea of being a literate Christian. In summary, he suggested that literate Christians would have three attributes: (1) they know the Bible, but they also understand … Continue reading

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