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December 25, 2007 [LINK / comment]

Onward, Christian soldier

I was concerned about the hiatus of one of my favorite bloggers, Donald Sensing (One Hand Clapping), and just learned what is going on: He has begun a new collaborative blog which is called Sense of Events. The Rev. Sensing, who is an ordained Methodist minister living in Tennessee, is also a retired Army officer and an authority on national security matters. Even though he is hawkish when it comes to the war in Iraq and the struggle against Islamic extremists in general, and is skeptical of global warming, he usually avoids politics. Another reason for his blogging hiatus is that he recently had a serious car accident, but he is apparently in good shape now. May God bestow blessings upon him and his family this holiday season.

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