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Daily Archives: June 11, 2012
Today is the thirtieth anniversary of E.T. To commemorate this, I’d like to post a thoughtful quote that I encountered years ago on the review for the movie by Ken Priebe of Christian Spotlight on the Movies: “Novelist Martin Amis … Continue reading
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Rick Perry’s Fed Up 6
I have two items from my latest reading of Rick Perry’s Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington. 1. Perry referred to an example in which he believed that federal intervention made matters worse, and an incident in … Continue reading
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Justin on the Logos; Distance from God
For my write-up today on The Cambridge History of Christianity: Origins to Constantine, I’ll use as my starting point some things that Markus Vinzent says on pages 409-410: “Justin could speak of the logos as a second God, created by … Continue reading
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