Daily Archives: 20 Oct 2012

Petra in Basel

My Swiss friends will want to read this, which reports in part: Some 150 artifacts will be on display in Basel, starting Oct. 23, in an exhibition entitled “Petra — Miracle in the Desert.” It’s a show filled with mysteries. For … Continue reading

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How Does Bob Cargill Respond When Little Honey Tee-Tee Attempts to Comment?

Here’s how- As the kids say— bahahahahahahahaha!  Take note, Scott Bailey– THAT’S how you deal with a maniacal lunatic.

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Israel’s ‘Iron Wall’ and Zionism’s Colonization of Palestinian Land

Thanks to Manu Pfoh for telling me about this.

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First Romney Signed a Pledge to Push A Marriage Amendment…

Here’s the proof– And now he’s going to leave it up to the States… A top Romney aide appeared last week to reverse the campaign’s support of the Federal Marriage Amendment, which would bar states from allowing same-sex couples to marry. … Continue reading

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Absurdity in the Name of Faith

Thousands of ocean lovers adhering to different religious traditions and none gathered on Huntington Beach, CA on 14 Oct. 2012 for the fifth annual “Blessing of the Waves” reports Voice of America. Sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, the … Continue reading

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Modern Culture is Totally Perverse: Exhibit 2898- Ralph Lauren’s ‘Plus Size Model’

Ralph Lauren describes this girl as the company’s first ‘plus size model’… ‘Plus’ size?  She looks average to small to me.  Here’s a ‘plus’ size girl- What Ralph Lauren shows by his description of the first girl as ‘plus’ size … Continue reading

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It’s Best to Read Just One or Two Books at a Time

Luther sagely remarked- “A student who doesn’t want his work to go for nothing ought to read and reread some good author until the author becomes part, as it were, of his flesh and blood. Scattered reading confuses more than … Continue reading

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Another Quote of the Day

We therefore, the interpreters of God’s holy word, and faithful ministers of the church of Christ, must have a diligent regard to keep the scriptures sound and perfect, and to teach the people of Christ the word of God sincerely; … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

Confidence: The feeling you have before you understand the situation. — Conrad Hackett

Posted in Theology

Critical Archaeology in Practice: An Essay by Raphael Greenberg

You can download it here. Critical archaeology is founded in critical theory,and thus, at a primary level, refers to an intellectual approach that seeks to identify the social and political coordinates of the production and reproduction of cultures and institutions, … Continue reading

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There’s Still Time to Enter

This freshly published and just appearing Ugaritic grammar has arrived from the good folk at Hendrickson for review, along with a copy for me to give away to one lucky soul. Here are the contest rules: 1- In a few paragraphs describe … Continue reading

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