Daily Archives: June 14, 2012

Ron Paul’s Liberty Defined 2

In my latest reading of Ron Paul’s Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our Freedom, Paul made four points that stood out to me: 1.  Paul criticized capital punishment, making the excellent point that the government botches things up, … Continue reading

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Theodore’s Christology

I started The Cambridge History of Christianity: Constantine to c. 600.  My latest reading was interesting because it shed light on the personalities of key figures of the Arian controversy.  Arius was a dynamic preacher who also wrote songs, and … Continue reading

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