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Introduction to Plato's Dystopia (what am I even on about?)

I have always been very interested in ethics. In fact, until one day when I had a most welcome epiphany in metaphysics class, ethics was my second major at university. 447 more words

Literature

Give Me Revelation - a sermon

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 – The Fifth Sunday of Easter
Gower Christian Church, Gower, MO
Scripture: John 15:1-8, Revelation 1:4-8
Hymns: “How Firm a Foundation”, “Jesus Shall Reign Where’er the Sun”, “Your Love, O Lord”, “I Need Thee Every Hour”, “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling”, “I Know a Fount”, “Everlasting God” 2,268 more words

Sermons

Reflections on A-Z Challenge 2015

Auntie Goose here – whew! Am I ever glad the challenge is over! That was quite a haul, wasn’t it? But I did enjoy myself although I can’t decide which was more fun or harder – writing the rhymes or illustrating them. 435 more words

Auntie Goose

Last Day of National Poetry Month Post #4

We also offered the opportunity to compose a poetic response to learner choice novels. What a fantastic way to encourage readers to engage with the text! 60 more words

Literacy

Fahrenheit 451

THE VERY FIRST

And I think it’s only fitting that the first entry be about a very special classic of American literature: Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel… 896 more words

Books

Review Tuesday: Fahrenheit 451

I somehow managed to get out of high school without having to read Fahrenheit 451 though I have no idea how. It is a classic book however, and I thought that I should read it, so I added it to… 317 more words

Review Tuesday

But First, Let Me Find My Phone

It’s not a rare occurrence these days to see people who go about frantically searching for their lost phones as if it were a severed limb. 479 more words