Daily Archives: February 9, 2019

Paul In 1 Corinthians: A Case Study Of The Genre of Responsa

In order to properly interpret the Bible, it is necessary to understand what genre the Bible is operating in.  If we view the Gospels as myths, for example, we will fail to take into account the historical truth they present … Continue reading

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Book Review: Poet In New York

Poet In New York, by Federico Garcia Lorca If you know anything about Federico Garcia Lorca from his writing, it is that he was a somewhat fussy and sensitive and not a particularly macho person.  And yet during his young … Continue reading

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Book Review: Book Of Poems (Selection)

Book Of Poems (Selection), by Federico Garcia Lorca Having read a fair amount of the writing of the poet in both poetry and drama, I have pondered the author’s characteristic thoughts and musings, and wondered why it is that a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gypsy Ballads

Gypsy Ballads, by Federico Garcia Lorca Rarely is a book more pregnant with ominous hints about an author’s destiny than this book is.  Lorca, with whom I have been familiar with since high school when my Spanish teacher assigned his … Continue reading

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