Daily Archives: March 11, 2010

Feminine Mystique 1

Today, I started Betty Friedan’s 1963 feminist classic, The Feminine Mystique.  I first learned of this book from an episode of Quantum Leap, which, interestingly, had a couple of good episodes on feminism!  The one I’m thinking about was entitled “Runaway.”  Sam … Continue reading

Posted in Quantum Leap, Television, Women's History Month

Josephus Drops a Hint to the Antichrist, Complex History of the Covenant Code, Hard to Grasp Infinity, Adrian Rather than the Models, Corey Haim

1.  In Louis Feldman’s Josephus’s Interpretation of the Bible, something on page 143 stood out to me.  Josephus discusses the corrupt sons of Samuel, a good man.  Josephus says that the lesson is that good men can spring from bad … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Deaths, Greco-Roman, Movies, Religion