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Rhymes and Reasons
Poetic commentary on current events.
by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Published every Friday.
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The Ultimate Survivor
The reality of Good Friday according to reality television.
April 9, 2004
The Passion to Repent
How Gibson's movie caused a killer to confess.
April 2, 2004
Cultural Commitment
What March Madness has to do with cultural Christianity.
March 26, 2004
Clinton's Bill
Why his honorarium for speeches is less than honorable.
March 19, 2004
America's New Civil War
How the gay agenda stands to divide our nation.
March 12, 2004
Marriage by the Book
Why gay marriage is an oxymoron.
March 5, 2004
The Gospel According to Mel
A word study of The Passion of The Christ.
February 29, 2004
A New Way to Score
The rules of college football are changing.
February 27, 2004
A God-less Pledge? God Forbid!
An appeal to the High Court to leave the Lord alone.
February 20, 2004
Valentine Advice
What's at the heart of love's favorite day.
February 13, 2004
Where in the World is....?
Who really cares about the whereabouts of Matt Lauer?
February 6, 2004
God's Masterpiece
An artistic reflection on the sanctity of life.
January 30, 2004
The Mean Machine
How Howard Dean self-destructed.
January 23, 2004
Americans, the Bountiful
January 16, 2004
A Rose that Grows in Peat
January 9, 2004
A Running Start
This first weekend of the new year is a gift to be opened.
January 2, 2004
Running with a Limp
What Bush's physical didn't reveal.
December 26, 2003
The Wanted One is Found
The irony of Saddam's capture at Christmastime.
December 19, 2003
Kerry Wasn't Careful
What should be our response to cursing candidates?
December 12, 2003
Pondering a Presidential Visit
Questioning another's motives reveals something about ours.
December 5, 2003
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Author Bio:  Greg Asimakoupoulos
Greg Asimakoupoulos has been called America's pastor/poet laureate. He is the author of Sunday Rhymes and Reasons, the latest book published by The Partial Observer. This much-anticipated release is a collection of his most popular inspirational poetry and features many of Greg's Rhymes and Reasons weekly columns on the P O website. A prolific writer, he has ten other books to his credit and has written more than three hundred magazine articles. In 2000 Greg began writing weekly poetic commentaries to help pastors reference current events in their church communications. His Sunday Soundbytes gave way to Rhymes and Reasons in 2003. "I view my weekly poems for The Partial Observer as political cartoons comprised of word pictures," Greg admits. "I intentionally incorporate hyperbole into my word-play in order to provoke discussion or to make a point. I am a poetical commentator."

Greg Asimakoupoulos (pronounced AWESOME-ah-COPE-ah-less) is an ordained minister, freelance writer and newspaper columnist. He and his wife, Wendy, have three daughters and live on Mercer Island, Washington.

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