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This song makes me want to travel:
Here is the next trailer for the Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas Wilson debate. It is called Collision:
Peter Kennedy is a student at Wycliffe College and comes into Crux somewhat regularly and buys good books. If you live in Canada, you may recognise him from various commercials (ie. Canadian Tire). He is also the artist behind Tuffkat Productions and Island Connection – A Spiritually Positive Screenwriting Project. He has done work on figures in church history like John Donne and is currently writing a screenplay on an Irish figure from our past (I won’t mention who).
Anyways, check him out and throw him some support!
Popular atheist Christopher Hitchens and pastor/theologian Douglas Wilson debated in a number of venues a month or so ago. One such venue was Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. Here is some footage:
You have to love our technological age. Back in the day when Fr. Coplestone debated Bertrand Russell on the BBC, the only people who got to see it had to be in attendance. In our day, with the advancements of media, we can witness a like event. Famed atheist Christopher Hitchens and pastor/satirist Doug Wilson have debated in a number of venues this past week. And we can already see footage of what is sure to be an awesome documentary (it’s done by Darren Doane, who did a lot of punk/hardcore videos that I used to love) of the whole thing.
Check it out:
This is a really cool video for a really cool song.
Sorry I keep posting videos, but I’m too budy to write anything. This is a song called “Weighty Ghost” by an amazing band from the Maritimes (Halifax) called Wintersleep. What a catchy song! And so Canadian!
Well, if you were at all frustrated with my last Dropkick Murphys video-post, here’s a better one. At least in this one the audio and video are in sync. Really, this is just an excuse to post another Dropkick video. I luv ’em.
Since discovering that my old Dropkick Murphys CD The Gang’s All Here wasn’t stolen along with the rest of my CD collection (thank you Toronto street thug), I’ve been on a Dropkick Murphys kick (pardon the pun) lately. You gotta love Boston Irish punk. I thought I’d share a video of my favourite Dropkick song, from an earlier album, called Bar Room Hero.