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This last week, there came the unexpected news that a friend and former pastor of mine, Doug Millham, had passed away. A massive heart attack, and then a stroke, incapacitated him suddenly, and a few short days later he was … Continue reading
In 2011 I wrote some verses in response to a review of Orson Scott Card’s book Hamlet’s Father. Card’s revisionist presentation of the Prince of Denmark isn’t quite the traditional sort of Bowdlerization that takes out “offensive” material. In many ways, Card’s … Continue reading
I’d actually meant to write this post in order to upload it on March 14. But I got distracted yesterday, and so missed that boat. But I figured I would go ahead and post it anyway. After all, it’s not … Continue reading
I find it that sometimes and idea or concept that I have touched on in one work reappears in something else, often years later. Over the weekend, I set myself back to working on my devotional study of the First … Continue reading
Usually, I would not comment on this, but it gave me pause this time. Thursday, I was working at a library all afternoon and into the evening. When I finally left, a bit before closing time, I came out to … Continue reading
When I was an undergraduate, I took a course entitled “Philosophic Issues,” which was basically an introduction to philosophy in a historical sequence. We started with Plato, reading a couple of the Socratic dialogues. And the professor informed us that … Continue reading
(Originally posted on LiveJournal) So, now that I’m out of Jeopardy! and am gearing up to work on lots of my own writing, it occured to me the other day that now would be the time to get a current … Continue reading