Daily Archives: April 30, 2016

Semper Vigilante

Among the books I read that belonged to my maternal grandparents growing up was a book on one of the New England lines of our family, not one that is particularly closely related, but one which has lines going back … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unusual Chickens For The Exceptional Poultry Farmer

Unusual Chickens For The Exceptional Poultry Farmer, by Kelly Jones, illustrations by Katie Kath If you like your epistlatory novels with cute and shy and clever twelve-year old protagonists, strong feminist themes, and receiving creepy letters from the dead, this … Continue reading

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What Makes C.S. Lewis’ View Of Subordinationism Orthodox?

Although I have spent some time in dealing with the thorny question of C.S. Lewis’ belief that Jesus Christ was subordinate and obedient to God the Father [1], something I imagine many readers will take as an obvious article of … Continue reading

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