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Canonicity

Tuesday, Sept. 20                              

The word “canon” means “rule” or “ruler.”  It was basically a straightedge.  The “canon” was to measure how “straight” a writing was—whether it was divinely inspired or not.  241 more words

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Special People

Monday, Sept. 19                               

I feel compelled to share a few other tidbits from our pantheon of Early Church Fathers.  Eusebius (263-339).  His forté was church history and canonicity.  319 more words

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Blink (an acrostic poem)

Becoming a young woman takes time

Learning how to carry oneself in society

Insisting on trying your very best

Never settling for crumbs that fall to you… 17 more words

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Satan at Work

Sunday, Sept. 18                                

Jesus said “The poor you will always have with you.”  During these first five centuries of the Church, you could also say… 293 more words

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I Love Crumbs ..

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I Love Crumbs .. last wed i visited crumbs bakery which is located in shaab sea side and that was the first time in my life i tasted heaven , seriously there is no words can describe the delicious taste of that fluffy tiny oreo balls , im really really happy that i tried crumps miniature bites and ill make sure that ill try everything there in the next time ..

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Athenasius

Friday, Sept. 16                                  

Athenasius, deserves a little more attention.  He grew up in Alexandria and was duly influenced by the allegorical method of interpretation.  That did not keep him from developing a sound theology.  234 more words

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Fifth Crumb: “Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple.” J.K. Rowling

This week I’m taking a break from policy and culture to reflect on some transitions and bring you one of my favorite recipes of all time. 1,246 more words

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