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Monthly Archives: February 2012
For this final day of Black History Month 2012, I’ll post links to some YouTube videos that I was watching a couple of days ago. Essentially, they’re William F. Buckley, Jr.’s contribution to his 1965 debate with James Baldwin about … Continue reading
In my write-up today on volume 1 of John Meier’s A Marginal Jew, I will talk about Meier’s analysis of scholarly criteria for determining what in the Gospels is historical. 1. Meier discusses what he calls “PRIMARY CRITERIA”. a. Criterion … Continue reading
As many of you know by now, Rick Santorum said that John F. Kennedy’s speech on the separation of church and state made him want to “throw up”. I watched Santorum on ABC This Week as he attempted to clarify … Continue reading
For the last two days of Black History Month, I was planning to blog about the chapter on civil rights in Joan Hoff’s Nixon Reconsidered. But I changed my mind on that, for a variety of reasons. For one, the … Continue reading
I started volume 1 of John Meier’s A Marginal Jew, which is about Jesus. In this post, I will talk about Meier’s discussion about the authenticity of two extrabiblical references to Jesus: that of Josephus (first century C.E.), and that … Continue reading
I was watching some Firing Line videos on YouTube yesterday. Today, I’m watching William F. Buckley’s 1988 interview with Ron Paul, who was the Libertarian candidate for President at the time. A professor also cross-examines Paul. The topics include Paul’s … Continue reading
I finished Dean Kotlowski’s Nixon’s Civil Rights. In his epilogue, Kotlowski offers his assessment of President Richard Nixon’s civil rights policies. In some areas, Nixon followed others, either activist federal courts or the Democratic-controlled Congress. This was evident on such … Continue reading
In her Sunday Superlatives today, one post that Rachel Held Evans highlights is by Andrew Marin, the author of Love Is an Orientation. Andrew’s post is about what parents should do when their child “comes out” to them. This is … Continue reading