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Daily Archives: February 5, 2011
For my weekly quiet time today, I will blog about Psalm 10. Psalm 10 is believed to be connected with Psalm 9 because, when we look at Psalms 9-10 together, we see an incomplete acrostic. Some scholars try to make … Continue reading
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Du Bois on Education
For today’s post on W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Souls of Black Folk, I want to blog about two essays, which overlap in theme: “On the Wings of Atalanta,” and “Of the Training of Black Men.” In both essays, Du Bois … Continue reading
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