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The Church of St. ING

Dank air hangs thick and heavy,
like gaseous molasses, lazily fermenting,
In this amber rusted barrel
Of soulful blues and rancid tobacco.

The faithful drunks slowly sway, 243 more words

Humanity

Just a Small Town Boy from Nazareth

Today we began exploring the northern side of Israel—what many people have been saying is the most beautiful side, too. And I understand why. Our first stop was in Caesarea, a coastal town with ancient ruins that tell stories from Herod the Great all the way to the Crusades. 774 more words

Trip Log

Sending Out A Message To Whoever Is Listening

Stolen

My heart: a river, swollen
My mind: a sliver, stolen
from what I used to own.
My life: a vessel, listing
My faith: a wrestle, trysting – 6 more words

Humanity

Hello again

Since the time I last updated, I’ve moved offices, gotten married, travelled, done some cool stuff. There still isn’t any one particular thing I want to talk about. 179 more words

More Questions Than Answers

Alan F Segal - Two Powers in Heaven

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Early Rabbinic reports on Christianity and Gnosticism 34 more words

Belief Systems

I thought all children had nightmares...

As a child I had few possessions because we didn’t have a lot of money. But my parents owned our home, so that made us rich.  345 more words