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Monthly Archives: May 2012
In my latest reading of Rick Santorum’s It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Common Good, Santorum offered some thoughtful insights on movies and stories. A lot of his discussion on this topic was lamenting the illicit sex without consequences … Continue reading
I started Robert Grant’s 1952 book, Miracle and Natural Law in Graeco-Roman and Early Christian Thought. In this post, I’ll talk about John 21:11, which states (in the KJV): “Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full … Continue reading
In my latest reading of It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Common Good, Rick Santorum talked about abortion. Sub-topics included: How he arrived at his pro-life stance; how he did not focus on abortion in his congressional and Senatorial … Continue reading
I finished Howard Clark Kee’s Miracle in the Early Christian World. I have three items. 1. On page 292, Kee states that the Bultmann school liked the Gnostic Gospels (including the Gospel of Thomas) and upheld them as the oldest … Continue reading
In this write-up on my latest reading of Rick Santorum’s It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Common Good, I’ll highlight where Santorum tries to add a tone of moderation to his controversial positions. Here are three areas in which … Continue reading
For my write-up today on Miracle in the Early Christian World, I’ll quote what Howard Clark Kee says in a footnote on page 193: “The most recently published romance, which is partially preserved in a papyrus copy (P. Colon inv. … Continue reading
In my latest reading of Rick Santorum’s It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Public Good, I liked Santorum’s discussion of Tommy D’s Home Improvement Centers, one of which is in West Philadelphia, which is the inner-city. (Remember Will Smith … Continue reading
What stood out to me in my latest reading of Miracle in the Early Christian World was something that Howard Clark Kee says on page 140: “However gracious and beneficent Isis may have been, formal entrance into the ranks of … Continue reading
The sermon this morning was pretty ironic. My Mom was driving me to church, and she and I were discussing the Armstrongs (see here and here for background information). My Mom said that she does not think that sort of … Continue reading