Daily Archives: July 16, 2013

Leaders 1

I started Richard Nixon’s 1982 book Leaders, which profiles various world leaders, many of whom Nixon knew.  In this post, I’ll use as my starting-point something that Nixon says on pages 25-26.  Nixon is talking about Winston Churchill, and how … Continue reading

Posted in Church, History, Politics, Religion

More Muddled than I Thought, but Not Totally Muddled

On pages 10-11 of The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture, Bart Ehrman states the following: “Nowhere are the blurred lines separating ‘acceptable’ and ‘aberrant’ beliefs more evident than in the ‘popular’ Christian literature of the second and third centuries, literature, that … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Life, Religion, School