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The Cult of Celeb-rianity

I read this article over at Pyromaniacs and decided to link it here for the edification of Absolute Dominion’s readership.

I was struck and my heart was pricked by the simple truth of the piece and I sadly realized that I too often stand guilty of the error pinpointed by the author, Dan Phillips. 55 more words


Today at Pyromaniacs

To stay with the theme of inerrancy, Dan Phillips has some good words to share.

This all brings us to the Charismatic issue. The great achievement of modern Charismaticism is to dupe so many otherwise-fine people into letting Charismatics carve a niche for themselves where they can both promote themselves and avoid accountability.

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Word Of God

An exercise in Pastiche: Me & Komunyakaa

What follows is a poem I wrote in pastiche for a school project using Yusef Komunyakaa’s “My Father’s Love Letters.” I really enjoyed this exercise. I hope you do too. 208 more words


How to Shut Down Gossip and its Nasty Kin

                                                 For lack of wood the fire goes out,                                                                                   and where there is no whisperer, quarreling ceases.

                                         As charcoal to hot embers and wood to fire,                                          so is a quarrelsome man for kindling strife. 453 more words

Christian Living

Pyromaniacs: 6 Part Harmony

From the gang at Pyromaniacs http://teampyro.blogspot.com/ , a reprise from the still on hiatus Frank Turk: http://teampyro.blogspot.com/2013/12/6-part-harmony.html

This should help bring about the true Spirit of the Season.

Merry Christmas.

Frank Turk's Version of Hiatus

If you announce you are going on hiatus, for crying out loud, – at least go!

October 30, 2013:

“The primary reason for this post is simple: I’m on hiatus.” 93 more words


The Question Pyromaniacs Fear to Answer

Updated: 10/23/2013: None of John MacArthur’s fan boys will answer this Church edifying question which I asked publicly on June 12, 2012 . I don’t think it’s because they are scared. 358 more words