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The Focus And The Directrix, Or Some Thoughts On The Political Theory Of The Bible: Part One

Yesterday, as I write this, a deacon from our local congregation gave a discussion of unity and oneness in the Bible in a way that helped, at least to me, to bring out a great deal of the nature of … Continue reading

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This Is Where The Story Ends

Good intentions don’t count much with me. More than fifteen years ago a (former?) friend of mine and I invented a text-based political role-playing game named Secfenia. For several years we, along with other friends, played as characters in a … Continue reading

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Luke 10:38-42: The Sons of Martha

In early May of 2008 I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management from the University of South Florida.  As part of the graduation ceremony for the engineering school at USF there was an induction ceremony into something called … Continue reading

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