Daily Archives: April 2, 2011

Sagecraft

A few years ago I wrote several parts of a five-part play [1] called Sagecraft.  In the play, a party of six young people from a city called Delphi, each with their own unique personalities and backgrounds (explored in the … Continue reading

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Numbers 5:11-31: Concerning Jealous Husbands

In my series on the biblical laws concerning love and marriage I have already examined the price of honor for a defiled virgin due to fornication [1] and the laws concerning the marriage of a captive prisoner of war [2].  … Continue reading

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I’d Rather Be An April Fool

Yesterday was one of those days whose contemporary follies have overwhelmed a profound history.  The first day of April is called April Fool’s Day, and this day is often filled with jokes and tomfoolery.  Even WordPress, the site that hosts … Continue reading

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