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Daily Archives: December 10, 2013
Originally posted on Judy's research blog:
Picking up from where I left off yesterday, I’d like to look at how we remember time. As I said in my response to Mike Kok’s post, Steen F Larsen, Charles P Thompson,…
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate, by John H. Walton. What it says Walton’s 15th proposition is: Current Debate About Intelligent Design Presumes Purpose Walton does not believe in coincidence. He…
James Barr. Fundamentalism. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1977 and 1978. James Barr examines and critiques fundamentalism and conservative evangelicalism. His focus in this book is mainly on Christian fundamentalism, but he does include a brief section on Jewish treatments of … Continue reading