I always say that where NT Wright is strong (theology and hermeneutics) he has few peers (if any), but where he is weak (economics and politics) he is atrocious in a way I barely ever see.  I am reading his Romans devotional book in my daily devotions...

One of the things I often have to remind my clients in my work as an Investment Manager is that while the sum of our parts is always going to be just fine, it is irrational to expect that each individual part will always be...

The President has introduced policies since he came into office that I have rightfully lambasted, and at the end of the day, the policies are what count (as I mentioned the other day).  But almost rising to the same level of danger as the policies...

James Carville's famous statement in 1992, "it's the economy, stupid", has become political folklore.  The line is used over and over again by pundits and journalists (or at least some rendition of the line).  Come to think of it, I just used it in my...

2010 is the most important election of my life (so far), and I say that knowing that us political junkies tend to say that every two years.  But this time it is true.  And I think most people who are sympathetic to the basic worldview...

No, I don't really think what the title says, but I am tempted when I read articles like this one from my friends at Christianity Today.  Truthfully, I usually find reading that magazine to be like going to the dentist (though even at the dentist...