Daily Archives: September 20, 2021

It’s A Gnostic World, But It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way

Yesterday evening (as I write this in a plane) I found myself listening to an interesting talk by someone who considers himself to be a contemporary gnostic and an expert on the gnostic perspective. For a bit more than an … Continue reading

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Tales Of Travel Woe From The First Class Section

It is admittedly hard to complain too hard when one has just enjoyed a tasty cod dinner and been plied with all the bottled water and sprite that one can drink and is sitting in a comfortable first class seat … Continue reading

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Short Library Book Reviews: Part Eight

Civil Wars: A History In Ideas, by David Armitage This is not a bad book, but it is a frustrating book. The content of the book and its topic matter is certainly interesting enough, in that the author seeks to … Continue reading

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