Daily Archives: December 30, 2018

On Epistemology And The Problem Of Revealed Knowledge And Authority

After services today, I felt it necessary to remind the speaker of today’s sermon message that when one casually throws around words like epistemology and a priori and a posteriori knowledge that other people are going to think of one … Continue reading

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The Wedding Of Isaac And Rebekkah, Or The Greatest Servant Ever, Part Two

The wedding, if you can call it, between Isaac and Rebekkah takes place in Genesis 24, and it is a fascinating story, where there is a great deal of interest in the details of ancient life, with a great deal … Continue reading

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Book Review: Heroes For My Daughter

Heroes For My Daughter:  Ordinary People Who Achieved The Extraordinary, by Brad Meltzer Admittedly, this book was not as bad as the companion volume “Heroes For My Son” also written by the same author.  There are definitely some serious issues … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Lucille Ball

I Am Lucille Ball, by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos Does making people laugh make one a hero?  I don’t think so, unless one was a comic in a World War II concentration camp or gulag who kept the … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Jim Henson

I Am Jim Henson, by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos What makes Jim Henson heroic?  To be sure, I like puppets as much as anyone else.  I help write puppet plays for a friend of mine who is a … Continue reading

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