This review was authored by W. Winston Elliott III, and it is republished here with permission from The Imaginative Conservative.
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I’m trying to wrap my head around the whole Cliven Bundy cattle issue. I’ve tried to research and read up on as much as I can about what’s going on there, and from everything I’ve read, the guy is nothing more than a sore loser that’s trying to get out of paying a debt that he owes to the taxpayers and citizens of America. 651 more words
Everything aligned perfectly this weekend for Washington, DC’s Cherry Blossom Festival! The treas were in full bloom and the weather was perfect!
Paul and I took full advantage of the great weather and spent Sunday in DC soaking up the sun and the fun of the Cherry Blossom Festivities! 53 more words
Interpret the parts in light of the whole and the whole in light of the parts: that is the basic rule of hermeneutics. It looks like Jefferson breaks this precept when he argues that the logos in John 1:1-3 should be translated “reason.” He does not mention what John states just a few verses later: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father” (1:14 ESV). 448 more words