Coronation Has Moved

February 12, 2011


Coronation has moved to Stay up to date with a new post every Monday.

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The Breaking Is The Blessing: What We’ve Learned in 2010

December 31, 2010


How often so many of us have found this year that our prayers to God for increase, favor, and blessing have resulted instead in affliction, tears, and much weakness! How is that in asking God for a blessing, we have instead experienced a breaking beyond what we believed we were capable of receiving? We have been praying for a breakthrough, but have found that the thing being broken is us.

Posted in: Spiritual Growth

Why I Am Leaving Facebook

December 30, 2010


I really don’t know you all as well I would like, but I have things to do that I’ve been putting off for far too long. I’m here to deliver my fond farewell from Facebook. These are my personal convictions and should not be taken as indictments on Facebook itself. People must determine what is the best course of action for their own lives. That said, here are the reasons why I am leaving Facebook in 2011.

Posted in: Musings

Karma And Christ: A Look At The Ethics Of Hinduism (Part 2)

December 27, 2010


Hinduism's pratik

Unlike Hinduism, Christianity believes that mankind alone is made in the image and likeness of God, and therefore is elevated above the plants and the animals. Because of this, all people should be treated with dignity, honor, and respect, regardless of their sex, class, or age.

Karma And Christ: A Look At The Ethics Of Hinduism (Part 1)

December 27, 2010



I want to address two questions concerning the role of ethics in Hinduism. Firstly, what ethical issues does the influence of dharma inside of Hinduism raise, and secondly, how do these elements differ from Christianity? I will address the first question in this post, and the second question in the next post.

Observations On Traveling

December 21, 2010


Somewhere on the return trip I think I understood the advantages of both wandering and dwelling. Life contains a bit of both - the seasons where we drift from place to place without any real direction or sense of home, and the seasons where we pound the tent pegs into the ground and take off our coat and decide to stay a while.

Posted in: Musings

American Obligation: A Conversation

December 10, 2010


I never quite know how to feel when I’m approached by well-meaning people like you during election season who ask me if I “did my duty” by voting. By duty, I assume you’re implying my civic responsibility to participate in the democratic process in America, but I just want to say that the phrase lends itself to some ambiguity.

Posted in: Politics