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Daniel Crouch
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A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.

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I need to begin by apologizing for wasting everyone’s time with posts on politics and religion. It is about time that this blog actually discuss something that matters: chocolate milkshakes. Below I have compiled a ranking of the best milkshakes around. I…

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My friend Danny Jackson has kindly written my post for me this week as I wrap up my semester. It’s an interesting discussion of an under-used word—I hope you enjoy it. Of all the insulting things one could say of me, being called “ignorant” is high up on…

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I saw Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 on Thursday, and in short: you should see it. I won’t say too much besides it was funny and pretty and engaging (which is typical of most MCU movies). For that alone, it is worth your time. However, I think Guardians…

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My brother is a heretic. So is my friend Colby Wallis. Fortunately, I think neither of them need to be afraid for the destination of their immortal souls—which is convenient for me, because I’m a heretic too. Heresy is a belief contrary to the ordained,…

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That is, not being a heretic is hard work. Being a heretic is super easy. Like we said last week, most people believe some sort of heresy, and they don’t even know it. Take for example the Trinity: Possibly one of the oldest, most widely debated and…

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Most of us are heretics and we don’t know it. And generally that would make us OK with it. It’s kind of like finding out that you eat an average of eight insects a year while you sleep*. You hear it and while you may be momentarily shocked, you realize,…

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First off, my title is bogus—they’re all songs and, to a lesser extent, they’re all hymns. But the intent of the title is still obvious: there is a tension we feel between modern Christian music and the older stuff. For the sake of clarity, when we’re…

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Jonathon, a friend of mine and a writer I am continually impressed with, has written my post for this week—I hope you enjoy. The post office in my small Arkansas hometown is an old project of the Public Works Administration. Its square-shaped, largely…

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The snares of relevance and desperation, the topic of last week’s post, naturally lead into a specific form of pandering, a postmodern approach to relevance: moral ambiguity. With the cultural rise of relativism and pluralism, moral ambiguity and…

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Chance the Rapper won the Grammy for best Rap album this year. His album Coloring Book, the first ever streaming-only album to win a Grammy, was praised for its strong vocals and blended genres as well as for its lyrics which mused on a variety of topics:…
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