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Monthly Archives: June 2014
John M. Barry. Roger Williams and the Creation of the American Soul: Church, State, and the Birth of Liberty. Viking, 2012. This book is about Roger Williams, who started Providence, Rhode Island as a place of religious freedom. He had … Continue reading
At church this morning, we sang the hymn “Jesus Loves Even Me.” I especially liked the following stanza: “Though I forget Him, and wander away, “Still He doth love me wherever I stray; “Back to His dear loving arms I … Continue reading
Originally posted on lotharlorraine:
I had the immense privilege to interview historian, sociologist and Christian apologist David Marshall on militant atheists and their arguments. I truly hope you’ll appreciate it! Lotharson: Hello David, thank you very much for having accepted…
I have two items for my post about I Chronicles 16. 1. Although the Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle were often together in the Pentateuch—-with the Ark being inside of the Tabernacle, except when it was brought out … Continue reading
David Muir will be replacing Diane Sawyer as the nightly anchor of ABC News, which is what I watch. That’s not too big of an adjustment for me as a viewer, since he’s substituted for Diane so many times, and … Continue reading
David R. Como. Blown by the Spirit: Puritanism and the Emergence of an Antinomian Underground in Pre-Civil War England. Stanford University Press, 2004. I came across this book while I was doing a search on a library’s catalog. I had … Continue reading
Although I lean more in the progressive direction politically, I am registered as a Republican. The reason is that, where I live, the primaries are closed, which means that only registered Democrats can vote in Democratic primaries, and only registered … Continue reading
A thought has occurred to me more than once: according to my recollections, I had the “holiday blues” more often after I quit drinking, than I did before. I wonder why that was. Isn’t sobriety, after all, supposed to entail … Continue reading