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Brad Locke, Page 3
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» Forsaking Foundations
       In a recent game against the Dodgers, Barry Bonds hit a pop-up toward second baseman and former teammate/antagonist Jeff Kent. Instead of hustling to first base, Bonds headed for the dugout. When Kent dropped the ball, Bonds had to change direction a... read more
    May 19, 2006
» My 'Worthless' Job
       Sometimes, when I'm covering a ballgame or studying baseball stats or listening in on a NASCAR teleconference, I'm struck by this thought: Why am I doing this? It's not a question of whether I like my job -- I love it -- but I guess I feel a bit like... read more
    May 5, 2006
» Athletes and Their Moral Dilemmas
       There are a lot of tough questions in life. Questions like: Should I watch this TV show? How do I confront a sibling or friend caught in sin? How do I glorify God in my job? There are tough questions in sports, too, many of them also weighted with mo... read more
    April 28, 2006
» Bibles and Football; Easter and Earnhardt
       Each week, I use this column to explore the convergence of sports and spirituality, both in everyday life and in more metaphorical terms. A couple of recent news items show how the two can quite literally dovetail. Item #1: An indoor football team in... read more
    April 21, 2006
» Guilty of Quick Judgment
       There is plenty wrong, I think, with our current judicial system. Just as troublesome, though, is the unchecked and unbalanced state of the court of public opinion. It is a loosely organized but extremely powerful entity, one that can condemn the inn... read more
    April 17, 2006
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