Wednesday’s Podcast: The Mount Rushmore of Baseball History

When better to focus on America’s National Pastime than the day that Minnesota shatters its February record for snowfall? Yes, it’s our spring training episode of The 252! • Chris Moore suggested some ways that baseball is both shaped by politics and helps us to think about politics. • Then we discussed who belongs on … More Wednesday’s Podcast: The Mount Rushmore of Baseball History

That Was The Week That Was

Here… • Early notices on The Pietist Option have been very encouraging! • One endorsement made me think of Stan Grenz, the self-proclaimed “Pietist with a Ph.D.” • I revisited a question I first asked four years ago: How much do Christian college presidents make? • And as I work this summer, here’s what you’ll find in … More That Was The Week That Was

Which One Game in Baseball History Would You Go Back in Time to See?

That was the terrific question posed yesterday on ESPN.com and answered by a host of current players and broadcasters. (Click here for the photo gallery showing popular choices.) There’s Lou Gehrig’s farewell, or Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series. Or for those of us who hate the Yankees… Bill Mazeroski’s and Joe … More Which One Game in Baseball History Would You Go Back in Time to See?