Daily Archives: April 10, 2018

A Middle Ground Between Two Extremes: Examining The False Dilemma Of The Epistle To Diognetus Towards Judaism

Although the Epistle To Diognetus is an exceedingly obscure work [1], not cited by any ancient authorities and properly belonging to the collection of early Christian apologetic works, it is a work that is worth examining in somewhat close detail … Continue reading

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Until The Dying Days

From time to time I like to clear out posts that have been in my drafts section for some time that have yet to be published, and this particular post was a poem I wrote in July 2013 and have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Writing The World

Writing The World:  Understanding William Stafford, by Judith Kitchen Being a person highly interested in poetry myself and very familiar with the writing of William Stafford [1], it is hard for me to imagine that he might not get his … Continue reading

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Book Review: Early Morning

Early Morning:  Remembering My Father, William Stafford, by Kim Stafford For some time I have been deeply fond of the poetry of the late poet William Stafford [1], and this book by his son Kim gives a thoughtful and deeply … Continue reading

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