Daily Archives: February 4, 2011

Book Review: The Control of Nature

The Control of Nature, by John McPhee [Note:  Attention, my friends from Louisiana and Los Angeles, I wish you to read this book review and comment, as I have some questions relating to these areas as they are discussed in … Continue reading

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Let The Righteous Strike Me

[Note: This message was a sermon I once gave on Psalm 141, a particularly favored psalm of mine that I have also quoted in other contexts [1].] Introduction Imagine yourself as a king, or as a leader of a nation, … Continue reading

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Quod Erat Demonstrandum

[Note: This is a short piece I wrote a few years ago on the subject of proofs, as logic has long been an area of interest for me.] Introduction These three words in Latin, which literally mean “that which was … Continue reading

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Hannah’s Story

[Note: This is the text to a sermonette I once gave about Hannah’s Story in 1 Samuel as well as Psalm 113.] Introduction Have you ever felt despondent, unsure if God was able to understand your problem and give help? … Continue reading

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“Difficult” Messianic Scriptures

[Note: This is the text to a sermonette I gave once about two “difficult scriptures” that are Messianic scriptures in the OT, one in Proverbs 30 and the other in Psalm 110.] Introduction How many Jews do you know that … Continue reading

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