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Daily Archives: April 4, 2018
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Darkness Visible (Princeton Theological Monograph Series), Karlo V. Bordjadze (Foreword by R. W. L. Moberly). Eugene: Pickwick Publications, 2017. Summary: A study of Isaiah 14:3-23, considering textual and interpretive issues, and focusing on how this…
“Capitalism was built on the exploitation and suffering of black slaves and continues to thrive on the exploitation of the poor” — occasional links & commentary
Reblogging for future reference. 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, just days after joining a march of thousands of African-American protestors down Beale Street, one of the major commercial thoroughfares in Memphis, Tennessee. King and the other … Continue reading
Okay, I have gotten Holy Week behind me. I have watched my men’s basketball bracket get destroyed. I have done my taxes. And—oh, yeah—I have become a grandfather again.. So the deck is cleared to do some blogging, except that … Continue reading
Brett Armstrong. Destitutio Quod Remissio. Westbow, 2015, See here to purchase the book. Destitutio Quod Remissio is set during the reign of Diocletian during the third century C.E. Marcus was an imperial Senator. He was discontent with paganism and was … Continue reading
Originally posted on northierthanthou:
I can’t really remember when I created my first profile on a dating website. It’s been a very long time since I was active on any them. What I do remember was how conflicted I was…
Originally posted on Reflections:
This current blog series on Reflections is intended to encourage Christians to read more vigorously by providing a beginner’s guide to some of the Christian classics in such fields as theology, philosophy, and apologetics. Hopefully a very brief…