Daily Archives: August 4, 2012

Love in Deed

To be honest, I’m usually turned off when Christians talk about love.  Why?  There are a variety of reasons.  First, my religious background, Armstrongism, tended to mock sentimental Protestants who went on about “love”.  Second, I do not consider many … Continue reading

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Ron Paul’s End the Fed 6: Is a National Bank Unconstitutional?

For my write-up today on Ron Paul’s End the Fed, I’ll talk some about Paul’s discussion of the 1819 Supreme Court decision, McCulloch v. Maryland.  On page 167, Paul says the following: “The War of 1812, with its high debts … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, History, Political Philosophy, Politics

Psalm 88

For my weekly quiet time this week, I will blog about Psalm 88. Psalm 88 is notorious because it is a completely negative Psalm.  The Psalmist says nothing positive or hopeful.  The Psalmist feels that he is near death, or … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Ecclesiastes, Psalms, Rabbinics, Religion, Weekly Quiet Time