Daily Archives: July 1, 2013

Thoughts on Exodus International, Reparative Therapy, etc.

I read an interesting article yesterday in Christianity Today about the demise of Exodus International, an evangelical group that tried to help homosexuals to overcome their homosexuality.  The authors had been involved in Exodus International.  One of the authors, Christopher … Continue reading

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Nixon in Winter 4

For my blog post today about Monica Crowley’s Nixon in Winter, I’ll highlight something on page 110.  Richard Nixon, Monica Crowley, and Joseph Crowley (Nixon’s private security escort) are in Moscow in the 1990’s, walking around the grounds of the … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

Origen on the Passover Not Being a Type of Christ’s Passion

I recently read the church father Origen’s “Treatise on the Passover”, as it is translated and annotated by Robert J. Daly, S.J.  In this post, I’ll be drawing from Daly’s comments and some of what Origen says in his treatise … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Jewish-Christian Relations, Origen, Religion