Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

Book Review: Essays On Political Economy

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Essays On Political Economy, by Frèdèric Bastiat This collection of essays contains five of the essays of this well-known and sadly all too shortly-lived French economist who explores the various ways that someone who…

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Book Review: What Has Government Done To Our Money?

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
What Has Government Done To Our Money? by Murray N. Rothbard The answer to this question is somewhat obvious.  What has government done to our money?  Screw it up.  And that is precisely the…

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Peter’s Vision of Unclean Animals

Originally posted on The Jesus Memoirs:
Peter is credited with inaugurating the “Gentile mission” when he evangelized the centurion Cornelius and the people gathered in his household in Caesarea (cf. Acts 10-11). Before Peter met with Cornelius, he had a…

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St Basil of Caesarea, Pneumatomachoi, and the Divinity of the Holy Spirit — Eclectic Orthodoxy

“I neither chose to name the Holy Spirit God nor dare to call him a creature,” declared Eustathius of Sebaste in response to the Neo-Arian denial of the divinity of the Holy Spirit. At first glance, Eustathius’s ambivalence seems reasonable. … Continue reading

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Cowboys and farmers in Numbers 16

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
12 Moses sent to call Dathan and Abiram, the sons of Eliab; and they said, “We won’t come up! 13 Is it a small thing that you have brought us up out of a land flowing with milk and…

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Church Write-Up: Sabbath, Hope and Forgiveness, John 6

Here is my Church Write-Up about the church events that I attended last Sunday. A.  The theme at the LCMS service was the Sabbath.  The youth pastor talked about the importance of recharging our batteries.  What was most interesting about … Continue reading

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