2005: A Look Back
As I reflect on the past year, I wonder exactly what possessed me and everyone else. 2005 was full of notable moments, good and bad. Here's a sampling of the Good:
- White Sox win the World Series
- Louisville reaches the Final Four
- Tennessee football caps an overachieving 2004 season with a shellacking of Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl
- Notre Dame and Alabama return to the college football map
- Stephen preaches his first wedding
- Randy Sanders resigns as Tennessee offensive coordinator
- David Cutcliffe is hired as Tennessee offensive coordinator
- January: No Name-Calling Week
- February: The Jesus Brick
- March-April: I was conspicuously absent from the blog. A captive of the Sith.
- May: Only 2 posts. Nothing worth talking about here.
- June: Absent while I adjusted to life at UPS.
- July: Just a survey. Nothing to look at. Move along, move along.
- August: The Family, The Church, and Culture
- September: The Holocron really takes off this month. Here's the cream:
The Gothic Accountrements Doggie Hi-Jinks Alex Forrest on Intelligent Design NBA Glossolalia Also, my series on evangelicalism started in October.
Turkey Tales My first book review here of The Doctrines of Grace A Lyrical Experience; the best song I've written thus far! Clash of the Theologians; I can't wait to see what goes down here!
Magnifying A Marine Condiments of the Christian Religion; I'm nominating this one for Post of the Year. Rock and Roll Baptist Theological Seminary Lastly my Conclusion to the critically unacclaimed "What Is An Evangelical?" series. See the sidebar for the entire series.