Daily Archives: May 2, 2013

Cool Point on the Song of Songs

I was looking through the April Biblical Studies Carnival on Jacob Cerone’s biblio-blog, and I noticed Matt Emerson’s series on biblical hermeneutics.  The methods that Emerson discusses are Christological, Pneumatological, Canonical, and Narrative.  I myself am leery of Christian interpretations … Continue reading

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Beyond Peace 3

In a blog post that I wrote on Monica Crowley’s Nixon Off the Record, I speculated about what Richard Nixon would have thought about President Bill Clinton’s policies in Somalia, Bosnia, and Serbia.  In a post that I wrote on … Continue reading

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The Basement Group

In my latest reading of The Different Drum: Community Making and Peace, M. Scott Peck talks about the Basement Group, a group that gathered together once a week to discuss spirituality. In Peck’s story, the Basement Group started with a … Continue reading

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