Study Break

I guess I’m like Jonathan L. Walton, who mentions on his blog that every once in a while he stumbles upon “great moments in Gospel [music] history” that act as much needed breaks from research.  I was emailed the following clip on Facebook, but I opened it in the midst of a research break at […]

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A Definite Crisis In The Village

Of course I’m stealing that title from Robert M. Franklin’s book Crisis In the Village.  But, he’s quite right:  there is a crisis in the village when two young boys commit suicide due to children taunting them. Down here in Georgia another young boy by the name of Jaheem Herrera was found hanging in his […]

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I’m On YouTube Again

This was from the final Late Night Service from Morehouse School of Religion here at my school.  Yup, that’s me again on the organ.  And what ensues is what’s known as a “praise break” before we go right into the song that we were supposed to have been singing.  My computer shuts off, but about […]

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Obama Discovers Some Intestinal Fortitude; Leaves door open for Prosecution for Torture under the Bush administration

…or maybe his cohones decided to drop ever since they had shrunk from when Jesse Jackson had threatened to castrate President Barack Obama. Or maybe he just passed the buck–as usual. At least in the public eye, so far, the most decisive decision (I know that’s redundant) that Obama has done since being in office has […]

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