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Would the Gipper be pleased?

Editor’s note: This is an unfinished post. I hope to have the time to complete it in the future. For now, just so I can move ahead with other tMR-related projects, I’m publishing this in its incomplete form. When former President Ronald Reagan slipped the...

In a creative rut of reactionism

One of today’s articles at CBN.com features a new series of “Christian fantasy” books, ostensibly offered as an alternative to the (pernicious) Harry Potter tomes. This latest Christian response to the modern fantasy craze is called the Dragons in...

The end of an era

Faithful tMR readers know by now that The MonT-SteR tends to have a serious bent of mind. When my brain is not otherwise occupied, it usually drifts toward the burning issues of our time, such as: The problem of evil For the modern Christian, is typology merely the...

Pressed out of measure

“…we were burdened excessively, beyond our strength, so that we despaired even of life; indeed, we had the sentence of death within ourselves in order that we should not trust in ourselves, but in God who raises the dead; who delivered us from so great a...

Well, waddya know!

Fellow blogger Bob Sacamento, over at Between a Rock and a Hard Place, was nice enough to nominate The MonT-SteR REPORT as a top underblog at LivingRoom’s┬áCelebrating the Underblog 2004 series. Take a look — you’ll see TMR listed with the other...