Monthly Archives: July 2012

Teddy Roosevelt: So Much Else Other Than Self

I just finished David McCullough’s Mornings on Horseback, an excellent biography covering the first half of Theodore Roosevelt’s life.  I’ve read a few presidential biographies, and I can’t help but be impressed and inspired by the lives of these men, imperfect though … Continue reading

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And Can It Be

The Christian faith has produced myriads of great hymns, and one of my favorites is “And Can It Be” by Charles Wesley.  I hope this song is sung at my funeral.  The third verse is one of my favorite verses of … Continue reading

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