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Daily Archives: November 9, 2018
Here Father Cassilly distinguishes natural sonship from adoptive sonship. He writes: “Amongst men one is called a son, who is begotten of an earthly father and receives from him a similar nature. There is also a relation in civil society … Continue reading
The reason why I like The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory is that it’s honest, direct, and pulls no punches in its discussion of different strands of contemporary feminism. For instance, in the chapter in transnational feminism the formidable Laura … Continue reading
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I am finishing up The God of Israel and Christian Theology. R. Kendall Soulen offers an alternative to what he calls the standard model of the Christian good news. That standard model has been stated in…
Originally posted on Enough Light:
There is a well-known book from the mid-twentieth century entitled: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. It continues to sell after all these years. There is a reason for this –…
Originally posted on International Liberty:
When I argue with my statist friends about the proper size and scope of government, they accuse me of not wanting public services. My typical response is to explain that I am a strong supporter…
Reblogging for future reference:
Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
7 Events That Made America America And Proved That The Founding Fathers Were Right All Along, by Larry Schweikart How you view this book will depend in large part on how much you agree…