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The Perils of Augustine

Augustine, born 354 in what is now Algeria, was a theologian who could be called the father of the Western Church. At least I will call him that. For many in the west, he is held in high regard, in … Continue reading

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Early Jewish history (more or less)

I don’t usually post YouTube things here, but this one is worth it.  And he is my brother-in-law.

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Exploring the Twain

“Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.”  – Rudyard Kipling, Barrack-room Ballads Years ago, I got to know a Greek Orthodox Priest (who was, in fact, from Greece) who tried to explain to … Continue reading

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Evidence? What evidence?

Over the years I’ve sat through a number of civil trials as an observer.  Over 2 or 3 days (sometimes more) I would hear the plaintiff put on their side, and the evidence always seemed overwhelming.  It wasn’t until I … Continue reading

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