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Ever get sucked into an internet wormhole? I did during lunch today. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, a wormhole is when you start to read about one thing, and then think, “Oh yeah, what about that…?” And so you click on a link or do a Google search, which then leads you to something else that looks interesting. 532 more words


Guidance, Suffering and Death

A good friend of mine died yesterday. Cancer cut his life short though he was praying and believing for healing right up to the last day.  1,591 more words

Current Events

Burns — Christian Mortalism from Tyndale to Milton

Burns, Norman T. Christian Mortalism from Tyndale to Milton. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1972.

17th Century

The Raven's Widow by Adrienne Dillard (2017)

“The river was as calm as I had ever seen it. Ordinarily the tide would have been wild by this time of year,” is Jane Boleyn’s first distracted thought as she’s escorted to the Tower of London after her arrest in November 1541. 6,103 more words

Book Overviews

Auksi — 'So Rude and Simple Style'

Auksi, P. “’So Rude and Simple Style’: William Tyndale’s Polemical Prose.” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 8 (1978): 235–56.

16th Century

Bluhm — Martin Luther and the English Bible

Bluhm, Heinz. “Martin Luther and the English Bible: Tyndale and Coverdale.” Michigan Germanic Studies 10.1–2 (1984): 112–25.