I just love Philip Glass (most of the time). I find this piece particularly moving, and it (along with the whole album) is free.

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Barbershop Thursdays

I just watched this four times in a row. While getting *lots* of other work done. Love these SNOBS. Is there a better tag in all of barbershop?

Review: By the Waters of Bablyon

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Roger Scruton on Pop Music on BBC 4

I liked this so much that I just don't wanna apply critical thinking to it. It felt right, so it's right. Don't ask me any questions about it. Just listen to it. It's only a few minutes long. Okay?

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption Promo Video

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption now has a promo page on bjupress.com. If you haven't yet purchased a copy, you will want to do so now that there is a promo page. Bryan Smith, the presenter on the video there, is the one whose vision I was trying to live...

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  1. Todd Jones

    Honestly, Mark, I wouldn’t have picked you for a Glass fan. (Note to self: always pick ceiling fans over Glass fans.)

    • Mark L Ward Jr

      It was Koyaanisqatsi that got me. Elijah Wilcott showed it to me in grad school and the music really grabbed me.

  2. Megan T.

    Thanks for sharing! I’ve been listening while doing my morning catch-up-on-the-world reading.


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