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- Deuteronomy 24:4: Why Was the Ex-Wife Defiled?
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Our Parents Being Human, and Stephen King's IT
- "Of Booker T. Washington and Others"
- Moses' Uncircumcised Lips, Emotional Yet Recited Prayer
- Josephus on Signs; Giants from the Abyss
- Is Dale Carnegie Biblical?; Compromise for God; Pagan Roots; Callimachus; Priests and Allegory; Israelite Welfare System; Lois Wilson
- About Me
- "The Struggle for an Education"
- “Let It Go”—-For Ten Hours
- Johnson-cosmic redemption
- Book Write-Up: Sacred Fragments, by Neil Gillman
- “Kyriocentric” Visions and the Origins of Jesus-Devotion
- Vacation Bible School Update
- James Garner
- Refreshment for the Soul: What I Love about the Reformed Church
- I Chronicles 19
- Movie Write-Up: Saving Mr. Banks
- Contaminating Heaven, or Fitting In There?
Category Archives: Environment
Wolfhart Pannenberg. The Idea of God and Human Freedom. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1973. This book is a collection of seven essays by theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg. I had never read Pannenberg before reading this book, but I heard of him … Continue reading
I have two items for my blog post today about Joan Hoff’s Nixon Reconsidered. 1. On page 21, we read the following about President Richard Nixon’s environmental policy, specifically White House counsel John Ehrlichman’s contribution to it: “Often using poll … Continue reading
In my post today on Jerry Voorhis’ critical look at the Nixon Administration, The Strange Case of Richard Milhous Nixon (copyright 1972, 1973), I’ll focus on Voorhis’ discussion of President Richard Nixon’s environmental policies. My conservative brother has brought up … Continue reading
Jerry Voorhis was a Democratic Congressman from California, and he was defeated by Republican Richard Milhous Nixon in 1946. Voorhis wrote a book during Richard Nixon’s Presidency, much of which was a critique of Nixon’s policies as President. The book … Continue reading
I have three items for my write-up today on volume 2 of Richard Nixon’s memoirs. 1. A couple of posts ago, I wrote about Watergate. In that particular post, I said that Nixon admitted that he sought to encourage the … Continue reading
In my latest reading of Circle of Life: Traditional Teachings of Native American Elders, James David Audlin talks about eschatology. In reading Audlin’s discussion of this, I thought about Rosemary Ruether’s critique of environmental apocalyptism in her book, Gaia and … Continue reading
In my latest reading of M. Stanton Evans’ Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government (copyright 1975), I finished the chapter on the environment, read the chapter on the energy crisis, and started the chapter on civil … Continue reading
In my latest reading of M. Stanton Evans’ Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government (copyright 1975), I finished the chapter on health care, read the chapter on “The Population Scare”, and started the chapter on the … Continue reading
As my readers know, I finished George Marsden’s excellent biography of Jonathan Edwards. In this post, I’ll talk about some of my experiences with Jonathan Edwards’ works, particularly when I was in high school. If my memory is correct, I … Continue reading