So, I haven't been doing this for a year yet, but that doesn't matter. It's time to review the best articles of 2004.
Okay maybe they're not "articles," but that's what I'm calling them. And maybe they're not the best, but who am I to judge? I got irritated reading really long articles by really smart people who are good writers, so I've kept most of mine short (especially since I am neither smart nor a good writer).
And I don't know how I started this weird indexy title thing. It's quite pretentious. Someday this may evolve into the "Sindex."
Enough rambling; cut to the chase. Here's the best of 2004.
About a month after Sinden.org started, I connected country music and an Oxford professor of linguistics:
Willies - Lord of the
I was confirmed as an Episcopalian by the Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. on the first day of May 2004:
sorting hat - Episcopal
Several months pass, and I wrote about how I spent my summer with God and guns:
Camp - Lake Delaware Boys'
Wanting to give my two-cents, I coined this article:
Nickel - Redesign of
And finally, a hyperlinked hymn that sounded a lot better before November 2:
hymn - election, new!
Warning: This hymn contains poorly censored profanity. Not suitable for Republicans under the age of 83.
Maybe I missed the best article. Is there one you liked better? Let me know.
Several decades from now, when Sinden.org is really going strong, I'll look back and have a best of "the best of."
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Zachary Wadsworth | composer
Advent (Medfield MA)
All Saints, Ashmont (Boston MA)
All Saints (Indianapolis IN)
Atonement (Bronx NY)
Broadway UMC (Indianapolis IN)
Cathedral of All Saints (Albany NY)
Christ Church (Bronxville NY)
Christ Church (Madison IN)
Christ Church (New Haven CT)
Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis IN)
Christ's Church (Rye NY)
Church of St. Stephen (Hamden CT)
Congregational (Belmont CA)
Coventry Cathedral (UK)
First UMC (Lancaster SC)
Gloria Dei ELCA (Iowa City IA)
Immanuel Lutheran (St Paul MN)
Immanuel Lutheran (Webster NY)
John Knox PCUSA (Houston TX)
St Andrew (Marblehead MA)
St Andrew's, Oregon Hill (Richmond VA)
St Bartholomew the Great, (London, England)
St James's (Lake Delaware NY)
St James's (Richmond VA)
St James Cathedral (Chicago IL)
St Mary's Cathedral (Memphis TN)
St Matthew and St Timothy (NYC)
St Paul's (Cleveland Heights OH)
St Paul's (Indianapolis IN)
St Paul's Cathedral (Buffalo NY)
St Paul's, K Street (Washington DC)
St Peter's (Lakewood OH)
St Peter's ELCA (NYC)
St Stephen's (Richmond VA
St Thomas (New Haven CT)
St Thomas ELCA (Bloomington IN)
Second PCUSA (Indianapolis IN)
Towson Presbyterian Church (MD)
Tremont Temple Baptist (Boston MA)
Trinity (Indianapolis IN)
Trinity on the purple (New Haven CT)
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