Tag Archives: death

But Is It Righteous Blood?

Over the past few weeks, I have noticed that a particular blog entry of mine from early in my writing has been very popular, that relating to the scripture in the law that refers to righteous blood calling out to … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

Yesterday was a bad day for Rick Wilson.  Without knowing or caring much about who this man was, he found himself seeking to score points against both Domino’s Pizza and the Trump administration by dragging Domino’s for liking a post … Continue reading

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Book Review: Brian’s Hunt

Brian’s Hunt, by Gary Paulsen This book was something that I read as a result of a challenge from some friends of mine I was visiting yesterday (as I write this) after Pentecost services.  As it happens, the only other … Continue reading

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Don’t Feed The Dialectic

On December 4, 2014, a man named Eric Garner was put into a chokehold by an NYPD officer, and his dying gasps saying that he couldn’t breathe were videotaped by a bystander and provoked a great deal of unrest related … Continue reading

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Book Review: The “Supreme Gentleman” Killer

The “Supreme Gentleman” Killer:  The True Story Of An Incel Mass Murderer, by Brian Whitney [This book was provided free of charge by BookSirens in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] At the heart … Continue reading

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Book Review: Death And Resurrection

Death And Resurrection, edited by the Vista It can be a deeply fascinating thing to look at at the way that different religious traditions view the subject of death and resurrection.  This particular small book is written from the point … Continue reading

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Too Tired To Say Goodbye

Late this morning I watched a memorial service remotely for someone whom I was not particularly close to but someone who I was at least somewhat familiar with and whose somewhat blunt and frequently entertaining comments I had become accustomed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Very, Very, Very Dreadful

Very, Very, Very Dreadful:  The Influenza Pandemic Of 1918, by Albert Marrin Reading a book like this, and I have read at least a few [1], is a frustrating but also enlightening experience.  As someone who is familiar with the … Continue reading

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Article Review: Vol. 26: China: Hong Kong: Plague Rats

One of the more fascinating contemporary reads of medical literature does not take very long to read.  If you look up on JSTOR articles relating to the plague you will find a great many cases where monthly medical journals discussed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Plague

Plague, by Lizabeth Hardman A book like this is fascinating if you read between the lines.  The author, in a rather short book of less than 100 pages, manages to discuss a few areas of great interest to any student … Continue reading

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