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Daily Archives: April 11, 2017
Originally posted on Resting in His Grace:
A good friend corresponds with me through email with both words incredibly applicable and even a video that I feel is worthwhile moving forward in this coverage of Brant Hanson’s “Unoff-end-able.” Consider it…
Reading Acts Roman religious thought is characterized by the syncretic thinking of the Roman people. They had little imagination and largely assumed the Greek gods with new names. Zeus, for example, is Jupiter in Rome. The three key gods of … Continue reading
Kathleen Fuller. Written in Love. Thomas Nelson, 2017. See here to buy the book. Written in Love is Book 1 of the “Amish Letters” series. One of the book’s main characters, Jalon, was in Fuller’s “Amish of Birch Creek” series. … Continue reading