I like how Busby’s last post encouraged reader participation.  Let’s continue thinking about a theology of work—keep sending in your thoughts so we can think through those issues together.  We have had some good comments so far.

For a much less important project, I want to ask for your contributions as well.  I had this question in my mind this morning that I want to throw out to you readers for fun: who are the most cynical characters in literature and film?  Who comes to mind?  Here is a start:

Books:

Ivan Karamazov (Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s, The Brothers Karamazov)

Movies:

Melvin Udall (played by Jack Nicholson in As Good as It Gets)

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