Thinker. Writer. Student. Musicologist. Husband. Father. Broadcaster. Journalist. Politician. Philosopher. Brother. Son. Christian.

Contact: Lorne at lorneanderson dot com (Supposedly spelling the address out keeps the spam down.)


  1. […] From an email exchange between Neil Remington Abramson and Lorne Anderson: […]

  2. […] “The Chapel“, Lorne Anderson writes, in part, as […]

  3. […] about Sheol for the first time, when Lorne Anderson referenced the Book of Isaiah in relation to “(In)vulnerable” sentiments. Seems like a […]

  4. […] fiction, Neil Remington Abramson commented, highlighting the differences between myth and fiction. Lorne Anderson commented further, as […]

  5. […] about a reverse order high school teacher. Lorne Anderson has also recently written about him. Neil Remington Abramson conveyed similar reflections, as […]

  6. […] Postscript, February 10, 2016: Lorne Anderson turns out to have been in the same class, at a different time. He was one of the ones at the front, […]

  7. …Had to read that twice…misogynist?!…Oh musicologist! 🙂

  8. […] the first appreciated lie of one’s parents. In “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town“, Lorne Anderson commented, in part, as follows, from a piece he wrote twenty-three years […]

  9. […] Lorne Anderson pointed out to me that this is a Biblical misinterpretation. Judgement is in no way prohibited. Rather, when one judges, one has to judge according to the same standard that one applies to oneself. Only one part of Matthew:7 gets quoted, while it is two parts together that establish the direction: […]

  10. […] relation to a continuing debate between Neil Remington Abramson and Lorne Anderson, as referenced to “Parallel […]

  11. […] “On Church and State in Rowan County“, Lorne Anderson wrote about the refusal of a municipal clerk to issue a marriage license to a gay couple, based on […]

  12. […] about paradigm shift and whether fundamental values can ever shift. Lorne Anderson replied to the piece as […]

  13. I have read your story about the Anglican Church in Bucharest and I like it. Next to the church is a nice neighborhood: https://townoflovers.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/finding-myself-wondering-aimlessly-in-the-streets-of-bucharest/

    And also Bucharest is a place for listening good music. The Romanian Athenaeum (Romanian: Ateneul Român), a beautiful concert hall in the center of Bucharest has an amazing acoustic.

  14. […] Lorne Anderson, “Some Kind of […]

  15. […] From “Traffic Signs” by Lorne Anderson: […]

  16. […] pilot Muath al-Kasaesbeh is readily available on the internet. I asked Neil Remington Abramson and Lorne Anderson whether they had watched it or would watch it. Neil and Lorne commented as follows (reproduced with […]

  17. […] Lorne Anderson has today published a detailed account of his visit to the Blue Mosque. […]

  18. […] relation to “Self Target“, Lorne commented as follows (reproduced with […]

  19. […] Remington Abramson previously commented on purgatory. Lorne responded that purgatory was a Roman Catholic concept, without Biblical basis, “dreamed up to […]

  20. […] relation to “When In Lippstadt…”, being Lorne Anderson’s portrait of the centuries of history of religious observance in his wife’s family, Neil […]

  21. […] Addendum, October 1, 2014: Lorne Anderson demonstrates how much greater respect for memorials exists in […]

  22. […] 6, 2014: A lot to remember, including so many without names: “Remembering the Dead“, Random Thoughts From Lorne, September 6, […]

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