Posts from June 2016

The Passenger

In 1977, Iggy Pop released the classic song, “The Passenger”, a song that he says he wrote as he was riding Germany’s S-Bahn train, but also thinking of how he had been been driven around several countries for which he didn’t have a driver’s license. It’s not exactly a Psalm, or is it? The lyrics […]

What do you want to change today?

Diagnosing sin is pretty easy. It’s all around us. We don’t have to look very far. One diagnostic tool that I’ve used to find sin in myself and my surroundings has been the “I wish . . .” tool. I just sit there and wish. After all, a wish is just an acknowledgement of some […]

Preachers and Priests

There’s a new TV show that is coming out on AMC, the same folks who brought you Mad Men and the Walking Dead. Except this time the story line isn’t about advertising executives or living in a post apocalyptic zombie infested world. Instead, it’s about a guy with a past who takes over his father’s […]