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more free vulgarity from the proletariat

more free vulgarity from the proletariat: Poem with comments; poem originally posted on June 20, 2011 by hopefulandfree,; reblogged with (unrevised) original comments  on  July 25, 2014… 2,064 more words

My Poetry

An Obsession with Technology

How worried should we be to find out that – a ‘tech crèche’ has been created for people who are unable to disconnect from their mobile devices while out and about in the natural world. 582 more words

Contemporary Art

A clarification on absolute-claims

My recent posts on finitude was misread in thinking I held that “absolute knowledge” was impossible for humans.  That is not what I meant.  I was simply following traditional Reformed theology (see Muller) on the theologia unionis: 237 more words

Richard Muller

Georgia Football, "Spectacle" as Community, & The Post-Modern "Anti-City"

I have recently started a new book that I can hardly put down! The book is Peter Leithart’s Against Christianity. Now, before you get your panties in a wad, the book is not against the Christian faith, instead in this book, Leithart explains that what we currently call “Christianity” is some strange amalgam of Modernism and Biblical Minimalism. 715 more words


Psikologi dalam Refleksi Epistemologi

            Pada kesempatan sebelumnya saya sempat menulis mengenai iklim positivistik yang saat ini bisa dibilang cukup prevalen di psikologi. Tidak hanya untuk psikologi UI, tetapi juga psikologi secara umum saat ini. 1,800 more words

My Words

Silence Once Begun (2014) - Jesse BALL

I think we all know that I’m a sucker for any book about Japan/set in Japan/written by Japan. And since early reviews for Jesse Ball’s… 660 more words

Historical Novel

Is it possible to preach the gospel without using words?

Here’s a good article that answers the question.


Francis of Assisi is said to have said, “Preach the gospel at all times; when necessary, use words.”

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