Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

The Festival Of Dedication Revisited

Recently I participated in a somewhat fierce online debate where someone from another Church of God group was attempting, somewhat unsuccessfully, to argue that Hanukkah was pagan and that Jesus had worshiped at the temple on a different day than … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Bad Company

There are some bands who have a rich and successful legacy of music but which one does not think about as often as one does about other musicians.  Such is the case with Bad Company.  I happened to see an … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto In The New York Times (1887-1922)

Esperanto In The New York Times (1887-1922), edited by Ulrich Becker As someone who considers myself to be a fairly new and somewhat unusual Esperantist, who reads many books in and on the subject [1], I found this book to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The American Esperanto Book

The American Esperanto Book, by Arthur Baker As someone who reads a great deal of materials in and about Esperanto [1], a significant challenge presents itself in the way that so many similar books with similar aims seek to distinguish … Continue reading

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Book Review: Biblio (IKUE-KELI Version)

Biblio, with the Old Testament translated by Ludoviko Lazaro Zamenhof, the Deuterocanonical Books translated by Gerrit Berveling, and the New Testament translated by the British Committee (John Cyprian Rust, B. John Beveridge, and C.G. Wilkinson) In case you ever wondered … Continue reading

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