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The Vulnerability Of Our Creations

As I write this, I am receiving frequent news updates about the burning of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France.  Although I am not Catholic myself, I have many online friends and acquaintances who are, and the burning of this … Continue reading

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Revelation Through Creation

At least for me, one of the most sobering and reflective passages of scriptures is Romans 1:18-21, where Paul begins discussing the theme of the fallen nature of all mankind as follows:  “ For the wrath of God is revealed from … Continue reading

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Time Well Set, Alone Through Plans

I wondered how long it would take to make a set Of all of the places we would go when we were alone, But then I wondered how we would make it through If we not only had to accomplish … Continue reading

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Laudis Genere Operum

Let us write in praise of generic works.  For a long time I have pondered the disconnect that exists from some critics and creative people and those who are the predominant consumers of art and music and technology.  For example, … Continue reading

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