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When looking at the literal meaning of the title, Heart of Darkness, it is referring to the darkness of, Africa. The main journey is shown in Congo as Africa was still being explored by a number of adventurous foreigners from Europe. 1,300 more words


Augustine: De Doctrina Christiana, Book 3

This post is the third of a four-part series on Augustine’s De Doctrina Christiana – basically, it’s four books long, so we’ve got a post per book. 928 more words


Getting Existential at Strawberry Music Festival, Pudong

The Strawberry Music Festival SUCKED this year. The lines were barely bearable. The food was edible but not really enjoyable.  And the music was uninspiring and at times even painful. 58 more words


Fighting for Faithfulness in the UMC: A Response to Adam Hamilton (Part 1)

Yesterday I came across an article written by Adam Hamilton (you can read it here). The article seems to be part of a series of posts leading to a Methodist convention held every 4 years. 1,408 more words


Bruce Winter on the Presence of Rhetoric (Or Not) in Corinthian Correspondence

Translating Truth: The Case for Essentially Literal Bible Translation is a collection of papers originally presented to the Evangelical Theological Society in 2004. Each of the five authors was part of the Translation Oversight Committee for the English Standard Version (ESV). 751 more words

Please do not play pranks on the Aspies

This is not a joke. I don’t know any way to make it plainer than this.

“Aspie,” in case you do not know, is a word commonly used within the community of people with Asperger’s Syndrome, as an informal term for ourselves. 53 more words


body of work

A literal body of work is by the pornographer.