Daily Archives: June 18, 2012

Links on Rodney King

I have some links on Rodney King for today. 1.  I thought this article by Dylan Stableford was really good.  Stableford says: “He ‘never set out to be a James Meredith or Rosa Parks,’ the Los Angeles Times wrote. ‘He … Continue reading

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Ron Paul’s Liberty Defined 6: Illegal Immigration

In this post about Ron Paul’s Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our Freedom, I’ll write about Ron Paul’s views on illegal immigration.  Essentially, Paul is somewhere between amnesty, on the one hand, and building a wall to keep … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Political Philosophy, Politics

Deification

One of the chapters that I read in my latest reading of The Cambridge History of Christianity: Constantine to c. 600 was Alan Brown’s “The intellectual debate between Christians and pagans”.  An issue that Brown discusses is the deification of … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Greco-Roman, Philosophy, Religion, Resurrection | 1 Comment