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"Creation ex nihilo as Mixed Metaphor" - Summary Analysis

This post is part of the much larger Reader’s Guide to Kathryn Tanner. In this post, I take up a journal article on the concept of ex nihilo as a linguistic element of theology. 1,182 more words

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Ex Nihilo Venenum Kiss

WHAT I SMELL:  Venenum Kiss (poison kiss) opens with a saffron laden ripened fruit.  The perfume is fleshy and thick, and it feels like fruit that’s ready to fall off the limb of a tree with the weight of the rotting juice.   320 more words

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Ex Nihilo

Ex Nihilo

I idly hit a key and light explodes in the void. With a chord, whole galaxies form, their spiral arms blazing. I sit and pound out a vast unfurling creation, major geography meeting minor civilizations as the strains of death and rebirth crescendo. 63 more words

Fiction

Unfinished?

Delicate is
perhaps
too indelicate

a word for what
i have in mind

it’s much more
misted
nuanced

unveiled
expelled air
barely emerged
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Poetry

Rituals

Although it’s non-stop work and activity, I love this time of year from Halloween to New Years Day. We look upon these celebrations as a time of revelry, renewal, and ritual. 223 more words

“God created the world out of nothing, and so long as we are nothing, He can make something out of us.”

—Martin Luther

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“By his speech he calls all things into being out of nothing; by the word of his almighty power he again raises up the fallen world.”

Herman Bavinck

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