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- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
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- Your Father Was an Amorite
- Chapters 19, 21-23 of The Stand
- Dissertation Write-Ups: Circumcised Gentile Christians, Sabbath as Sanctuary, John's High Christology
- Crossroads; I Am Gabriel; Long Walk to Freedom
- Music in The Stand
- My Impressions So Far of Gilbert West's Apologetic for Jesus' Resurrection
- Tucker’s 5/17/2022 Monologue
- The Z Man: The Party’s Over
- David Cole on the Absurdity of WaPo “Fact-Checking” and the Woke “Words Kill” Meme
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- NYMAG: Joe Biden’s Big Squeeze
- Book Write-Up: The Alchemy Thief, by R.A. Denny
- Book Write-Ups: The Servant of the Lord and His Servant People; Reformation Commentary on John 13-21; Every Leaf, Line, and Letter
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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Today, for Women’s History Month, I watched Firefighter, a 1986 television movie starring Nancy McKeon, of Facts of Life fame. You can watch it by going to http://www.youtube.com, then typing “Nancy McKeon Firefighter” into the search engine. In my post, … Continue reading
For my weekly quiet time this week, I studied I Kings 20. King Ben-Hadad of Syria, his army, and thirty-two kings have besieged and attacked Samaria, the capital of Northern Israel. Ben-Hadad lays claim to the wives, children, silver, and gold … Continue reading
I’m thinking of trying out a new church this coming Sunday. At Latin mass last year, I felt slightly awkward walking around with people carrying a palm branch on Palm Sunday, so I kind of want to dodge that this … Continue reading
In this post, I’d like to look at the virtuous woman in Proverbs 31, and comment about whether or not Betty Friedan (and, in a few cases, Phyllis Schlafly) would approve of her. I’ll paste the NIV, then I’ll comment … Continue reading
I started Sara Japhet’s The Ideology of the Book of Chronicles and Its Place in Biblical Thought last night. On Sunday, I’ll probably start some other books as well: one book on Gnosticism, another on a Mishnah tractate on agriculture, … Continue reading
I just watched the Little House on the Prairie episode, Oleson vs. Oleson. What happens is this: A woman comes to Walnut Grove to give a lecture against a law that gives a woman’s property to her husband once they marry. … Continue reading
I finally finished John Van Seters’ A Law Book for the Diaspora! In this post, I want to look at pages 163ff., in which Van Seters interacts with B.M. Levinson’s Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation. It takes a … Continue reading
Rachel Held Evans had a post, The Christian Response to Health Care Reform, in which I got a little heated. She closed the thread, so I’ll be ranting on my own blog on the issue of conservative judgmentalism. You know, … Continue reading
Robert Culp, Helicopter Parents, Democratizing Priestly Food Laws, Copying Cuneiform, A Scholar Is Moved, Tyconius the Proto-Preterist?
1. Actor Robert Culp has passed away. I mentioned him last month in a post on Roots: The Next Generation, for he appeared in an episode of that miniseries (see Roots TNG 4-5, Reward and Punishment in Wisdom Literature?, YHWH Alone, … Continue reading
1. Two quotes stood out to me in my reading today of John Van Seters’ A Law Book for the Diaspora: Page 135: It is not typical of Dtr, who in one late instance in Deut 4:31 uses the epithet … Continue reading