Daily Archives: November 18, 2018

Portland Anonymous: Fragment Seventeen

Thanks for agreeing to meet me like this. Sure, no problem. I didn’t want to talk about this in the office. Okay. But there’s something we really need from you. And what’s that? We need a live performance for the … Continue reading

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To The Ends Of The Earth

This year, for the first time in the known history of the Church of God, the Feast of Tabernacles was held in the nation of Suriname [1].  As the work of preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of God in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rabbinic Essays

Rabbinic Essays, by Jacob Zallel Lauterbach Having come to read as much of the author as I have, I realize that he wrote mostly small works within the Jewish community and that his essays tend to belong in several categories … Continue reading

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Book Review: Studies In Jewish Law, Custom And Folklore

Studies In Jewish Law, Custom And Folklore, by Jacob Lauterbach I first heard of the author of this book because it was mentioned prominently in a sermon by one of the deacons in the congregation I attend [1].  I suppose … Continue reading

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