Daily Archives: March 18, 2011

The Truths of Muthos and Logos In Scripture: Part One

Though some people without understanding may consider myths to refer to that which is false (especially of the pseudoscientific variety) and may consider “logos theology” to be the origin of the second century heretic Justin Martyr, the Bible demonstrates great … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mapping America’s Past: A Historical Atlas

Mapping America’s Past:  A Historical Atlas, by Mark C. Carnes and John A. Garraty with Patrick Williams Every story, including a historical atlas, by selecting some events must omit other worthy events from consideration.  The true question of the value … Continue reading

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A Family Crest

Right now, beside my chair is my family’s crest.  As I am a fan of heraldry [1], and my family’s history, it is perhaps unsurprising that I have a family crest.  What is more surprising, perhaps, is that there are … Continue reading

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