Daily Archives: December 28, 2020

Quam Quidem Imitationem De Deo

How much in our creative endeavors do we end up imitating God? One of the most notable aspects of creation is that it allows us, in some form, to imitate God. This imitation allows us to understand at least in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading People

Reading People: Ho Seeing The World Through The Lens Of Personality Changes Everything, by Anne Bogel I must admit that, if it is not obvious to others, that I greatly enjoy looking at other people (and myself) through the lens … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading Like A Writer

Reading Like A Writer: A Guide For People Who Love Books And For Those Who Want to Write Them, by Francine Prose It is perhaps inevitable that someone named Francine Prose would not only love literature enough to write books … Continue reading

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