Daily Archives: November 3, 2018

Woe To The Scribes And Pharisees: Part Three

In our closing section of this particular discussion [1], it is worthwhile to discuss the melancholy nature of the origin of conflict between the biblical worldview of Christianity and the Talmudic worldview of the scribes and Pharisees that formed the … Continue reading

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Portland Anonymous: Fragment Two

I suppose it would be best to begin at the beginning.  I don’t know why I didn’t do that last time, but I guess I’m still not really sure of what I want to do here.  I have been given … Continue reading

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Book Review: Flannery O’Connor: In Celebration Of Genius

Flannery O’Connor:  In Celebration Of Genius, edited by Sarah Gordon Unlike most of the likely readers of this book, I am not (yet) deeply familiar with the writing of Flannery O’Connor.  To be sure, I have read a fair amount … Continue reading

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Book Review: Walking With Romana

Walking With Ramona:  Exploring Beverly Cleary’s Portland, by Laura O. Foster My feelings about this book are highly ambivalent.  Like many children, I read a fair amount of Beverly Cleary’s novels when I was a child, even if I didn’t … Continue reading

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