Tag Archives: Horses

Karl Barth on horses

“a really good horseman cannot possibly be an ungodly person” – Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics III.4, p. 352. Some people would be startled to find this superlative assertion in the major work of the 20th century’s most significant theologian. No … Continue reading

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The Horse Sense of John Lyons

I’ve just finished Moira C. Harris with Tammy Jo Lyons, Mastering the Art of Horsemanship: John Lyons’s Spiritual Journey (Irvine, California: Bowtie Press, 2003). The photographs by Charles F. Mann are alone worth the price of this biography of Lyons, … Continue reading

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The Horse and Her Gal

Uncle Mitch, who frequently gets together to ride with Dad and Uncle Charles and Marvin (my brother-in-law), sent this video around recently by email. You’ve seen it before, but it’s good enough to watch again. It shows Stacy Westfall’s championship … Continue reading

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