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Evening Prayer 3.4.15, Paul Cuffee, Pastor to the Shinnecock, 1812

For this reason the Jews were seeking all the more to kill Jesus, because he was not only breaking the sabbath, but was also calling God his own Father, thereby making himself equal to God. 2,149 more words

Christianity

Evening Prayer 4.3.15, Paul Cuffee, Shinnecock Pastor, 1812

For this reason the Jews were seeking all the more to kill Jesus, because he was not only breaking the sabbath, but was also calling God his own Father, thereby making himself equal to God. 2,144 more words

Jesus Christ

Blurbs From the Branch: Stunning Debut Novel

S.M. Hulse’s beautiful debut novel Black River is the story of Wes Carter, a former corrections officer for Montana’s state prison. After living in Spokane, Washington for nearly 20 years, Wes must return to Black River, Montana to bury his wife. 76 more words

Books

Film & TV News: March 2

News

– The legendary Leonard Nimoy passed away this week, spawning many a Star Trek marathon. We’ll have a logical time in his honor.

– Denis Villeneuve, auteur behind the dark and moody… 283 more words

Blade Runner

E4: Music: Bach's Cello Suit No. 1 in G

I’m pretty sure I discovered this song on Pandora.

I remember a couple of years back, when I would sit in the back seat of my parents’ car, put my headphones on, and watch the trees and blue sky quickly pass overhead. 112 more words

God

Prisoners RMR

Ever heard the premise of a movie and knew that it was gonna suck before you saw it and then was completely right? That movie was… 118 more words

Presenting Protagonists Placed in Prison

In last week’s post about author aliases, I mentioned a couple of writers (O. Henry and Voltaire) who spent time in jail. That gave me the idea to focus this week’s post on some of literature’s incarcerated characters. 1,076 more words