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Vulgar Christianity

an empty seat

 

Every generation has its revolution, its moment of clarity in the ever evolving values of what compromises 'Christianity'. Whether it be the massive outreach and impact of mega-churches or new ways of thinking about our faith (open theism), each generation somehow seems to find its own way of bridging their faith with the culture. I believe much of my generation (and younger) could be said to be in what I term, "Vulgar Christianity".

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Luke Edward Armstrong, The Younger

baby, sleeping

Luke Edward Armstrong. Born today at 10:22am at Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati Ohio; weighing 6lbs 11oz. Welcome to the circus boy-o. Your chin will save lives!

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This is for real, this time I mean it

Sometimes its best to put your feet in the fire (so to speak) and get something up, rather than get it perfect (because when left to my own inclinations I will never be satisfied and never feel finished with something). SO here it is, at long last - the new Armstrong Family Circus blog. Back on the road.

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New Fall TV

 TV

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You may have noticed ...

That I changed the blog again. For no real reason, other than I got sick of what was there before. My favorite part is the added Video page. Anyway, there will be additions and improvements along the way. The...

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So here it is

The long awaited and much needed update to the Armstrong Family Circus has arrived. I hope you enjoyed viewing the various and random photography that I "teased" you all with (I got tired of saying it was coming soon with...

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Take me home, country roads

Upon receiving a Christmas letter from someone in my past, I find myself being mentally transported to that place in Canaan, New Hampshire, where the snow faithfully falls in abundance every year, and people are outnumbered by the trees and...

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