Tag Archives: Obedience

Brian – Another Starbucks Story

He’d been sitting in the Starbucks for ages. A man with grey hair and a gentle, intelligent face. He had dirty, ratty clothes, but despite that, he seemed very clean and well-groomed. At least, he was very well-groomed for a … Continue reading

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7 Topics Worthy of Discussion from Into the Woods

There are a few things you need to know before you go. It’s not for kids…in case you haven’t heard yet. And it’s a musical. That being said, it’s clever. Dare I even say brilliant? The writer in me was … Continue reading

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Questionable Logic, Starbucks, Boycotts and Obedience

I just read this article by Russell D. Moore, which I thought was fantastic about the nature of boycotts, and the question of boycotting Starbucks in particular.  The comments were also largely well thought out and worth reading as they … Continue reading

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