Daily Archives: August 16, 2018

Some Thoughts On The Doctrine Of The Laying On Of Hands: Part Two

In looking at the doctrine of the laying on of hands, let us first look to how it is practiced in the Bible.  What I would like to do in this part of our discussion is to cite and comment … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Peter, Paul & Mary

From time to time I am reminded that certain groups are not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame that I always assumed were.  And the place of Peter, Paul & Mary is an unusual one.  Are they to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Man Within

The Man Within, by Graham Greene As someone who has read quite a few novels and other writings by the author [1], it was very intriguing to read his first novel.  In reading this novel in retrospect, we have both … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Sort Of Life

A Sort Of Life, by Graham Greene There is something both interesting as well as untrustworthy about the memoirs of writers.  On at least some level, this is due to the Heisenburg effect, in that the mere act of reflecting … Continue reading

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