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Words & the Word: Explorations in Biblical Interpretation and Literary Theory

Words & the Word: Explorations in Biblical Interpretation and Literary Theory

Editors: David G. Firth / Jamie A. Grant
Pages: 352
Publisher: IVP Academic
Published: June 20, 2008…
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Act

Uber Out of its Comfort Zone

Roberto Baldwin’s piece comments on a previous post by co-founder of The Next Web, Boris Veldhuijzen Van Zanten. He extends the recent issue over the possibility of the ride sharing service, Uber, planning to investigate journalists and their motives to write on Uber. 340 more words

Below the Radar Make-Wrong

I am NOT amused
- with a Top Ten List of Types of Criticism
that I never want to hear AGAIN -

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC…

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Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

four legs good, two legs bad: an argument for why animal farm is superior to nineteen eighty-four

I think it’s safe to say that George Orwell is one of the most renowned English-language writers of the twentieth century. Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four… 1,677 more words

English

An Honest Liar

There’s a telling moment near the end of Exposed: Magicians, Psychics and Frauds, the film about US magician James Randi by directors Tyler Measom and Justin Weinstein, where a voice off-camera is trying to persuade Randi to talk about an uncomfortable episode in his life. 409 more words

Documentary

Spleen-Ghosts: On Rosemary Tonks and Nicholas Moore. Pt1

Nothing endures so much in poetry as the Romantic outsider. One thinks of Emily Dickinson, peeking through her curtains at a shunned New England; Hopkins: unpublished, failed Jesuit, frustrated in his forbidden desires; Chatterton, spilling out of his blouse, out of life beneath a dormer window; Ovid in his Black Sea exile. 1,083 more words

Poetry

#Gamergate #Writing The Difference Between Crit, Crit & Crit

One of the most common spurious defences against #Gamergate’s appropriate concerns about censorship is to dismiss those concerns as ‘Criticism isn’t censorship’. Now, technically, that is true, but the trouble is that what most people understand by ‘criticism’ is now what your ‘SJW’ means by it. 852 more words

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