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Daily Archives: February 13, 2013
My Favorite Part of Last Night’s State of the Union Speech (2/12/2013)
My favorite part of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech last night was the following: “Through tax credits, grants, and better loans, we have made college more affordable for millions of students and families over the last few … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged barack obama, Current Events, education, newt gingrich, pell grants, Politics 1 Comment
Ambrose’s Nixon: The Education of a Politician 21: What If?
In my latest reading of Nixon: The Education of a Politician, Stephen Ambrose speculates about what kind of President Richard Nixon would have been had he won the 1960 Presidential election. Ambrose compares his scenario with how Presidents John F. … Continue reading
Cleansing Others, and the Thankless Job
I have two items for today, both of them related to my daily quiet time in the Book of Numbers: 1. In Numbers 19, we see the law concerning the red heifer, whose ashes are mixed with water to purify … Continue reading
Posted in Alcoholism, Bible, Daily Quiet Time, Hebrews, Numbers, Preaching, Religion Tagged ashes, ashes of the red heifer, Balaam, Balak, corpse contamination, god, hebrews, hebrews 6, impurity, Moab, purity, red heifer, Religion, substitutionary atonement, theology Comments Off on Cleansing Others, and the Thankless Job