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King University Philosophy and Religion Online

Really enjoyed having Jacob, aka Hank 1.6, up here this weekend. He is a King University Philosophy and Religion online student headed eventually to Princeton. Thank you Jacob for spending the time this weekend, and thank you  34 more words

Gentleness - the second virtue of Christian maturity

Paul refer to being gentle in several of his letters which comprise much of the New Testament. What I find compelling is, it seems easier to define the word gentle but more difficult to define the term gentleness. 416 more words


About Jesus

Paraphrase and amplification of Imitation of Christ (Book 2; Chapters 7, 8, and 11) by Thomas à Kempis…

Loving and Trusting Jesus

Blissful is the one who understands what it is to love Jesus and to despise himself for Jesus’ sake. 1,406 more words

Philosophy And Religion

Tene, "Changes in Ethical Worldviews of Spanish Missionaries in Mexico"

This month, Brill releases “Changes in Ethical Worldviews of Spanish Missionaries in Mexico” by Ran Tene (Hebrew University). The publisher’s description follows:

“Conversion” is a basic religious concept, which has manifold implications for our everyday lives. 118 more words

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A Supper for Hekate

I celebrated my first Hekate’s Supper tonight. Early in the day I set out an offering of an egg, garlic, and a small, new turnip with greens. 412 more words

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Grow Up - a scriptural formula for maturity

I feel compelled to share a small series over the next several days or so, about one of my favorite verses in the New Testament. I am thankful that God provided these lessons to me as I researched material, and I pray that it does His work. 913 more words


F.D.R. says:

If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships – the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace.