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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
It seems that Christians are not the only people struggling with issues of authenticity (i.e., Authentic Christianity). The word authentic is gaining popularity with broadcasters and politicians. Enjoy this fun and observant article from the New York Times.
"Authenticity seems to be the value of the moment, rolling off the tongues of politicians, celebrities, Web gurus, college admissions advisers, reality television stars. In recent months it’s been cited by the likes of Katie Couric (“I think I love to be my authentic self,” she said on CBS); Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (“I believe in being as authentic as possible,” she told Glamour magazine); former Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania (who on Fox described himself as “being authentic”), even Pope Benedict XVI (more on that in a moment)." (Continue here.)
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
One of Chaplin's early hits.