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The Raging

For those living in the present day of Sojourners in Shadow, there are, in general terms, three stages of history. First, what was going on before the Shadow World arrived, which I have covered in previous posts. 2,006 more words

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Being Afraid of an Ever-Changing Culture

Being afraid of an ever-changing culture

In the last article of this series, we talked about godly “fear.” Fearing God is not (or should not) be the same as being afraid of God. 2,116 more words


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Bad Things 2

Here’s one of the most surprising things about The Book of Job—the Lord and Satan appear together as if on the stage of a morality play. 191 more words

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Fate/Apocrypha in Motion

I went back to watch the Shirou vs. Gilgamesh fight in ufoTable’s Unlimited Blade Works anime a couple of days ago, and even though I’ve seen the fight at least a half a dozen times, every single viewing still gets be hype as fuck. 361 more words


Gilgamesh's dream

Last night I wrote a letter to one of my son’s friends about the story of Gilgamesh, the ancient mythohistorical king of Uruk. Gilgamesh dreamt of a meteor that fell to earth — he went and attempted to lift it but found it too heavy. 138 more words

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Evolution, Eden, and the Flood: Confusing Other Genres with History in Genesis (part 2)

Previously, we discussed the problem of Young Earth Creationists who mistake the creation story of Genesis 1 as historical instead of what it really is. I concluded that Genesis 1 is, in part, an Israelite reflection and modification to the much older… 948 more words