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Daily Archives: November 6, 2012
Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 4: At What Price?
I finished Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society. Reich had a profound chapter on feminism, as he talked about his wife being denied tenure, how women are not always listened to in male-dominated sayings, ways … Continue reading
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Augustine, Aquinas, and Luther on the Sabbath
I finished The Decalogue in Jewish and Christian Tradition, which was edited by Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman. In this post, I will mention things that the book says about Christian interaction with the Sabbath commandment. 1. William Greelings’ … Continue reading