Irwin Allen Ginsberg (June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) was an American poet and one of the leading figures of both the Beat Generation of the 1950s and the counterculture that soon would follow. 264 more words
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The Apostolic Letters: James
With these Books, we depart from the Wisdom Books of the Old Testament. As we shall see, these Books, once thought to be written by the appropriately named Apostles, are now thought to be by slightly later figures. 1,070 more words
Outline: There are three sections.
1. Chapters 1-9: Solomon’s Introduction — He calls for his own younger kin to be wise, and uses the image of wisdom as a good woman who is seldom sought, and has to go forth and call men who seem unwilling to come to her. 361 more words
Yesterday was ‘Foundation Hour’ at Liverpool Hope University. The Dean had invited me to talk on Faith and Wisdom in Science at this remarkable regular event for the institution. 685 more words
Evidences for the Book of Mormon: Nephi the scribe. “Readers of the Book of Mormon often take for granted that it was written at all. In our modern age where literacy rates are high, it is almost inconceivable to imagine a society where perhaps a mere 10 percent of the population are literate (such as in ancient Israel). 44 more words