Daily Archives: April 10, 2012

The Resurrection Appearances Chronologically Arranged

Nicely done here. When we encounter the resurrection accounts in the New Testament we face a challenge  in putting all the pieces together in a way that the sequence of the events flow in logical order. This is due to … Continue reading

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Easter Contest

Not here. Over at Timothy’s fine blog: Catholic Bibles. A Blessed Easter to you all!  He is Risen! In celebration of these glorious days, I will be offering an Easter contest.  The winning entry will receive a copy of the … Continue reading

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Miss Universe Changes Rules to Allow Transgender

And still further proof that we are living in the end time. The Miss Universe pageant is changing its rules and will allow transgender women to take part in all of its competitions starting in 2013, the organisation and gay … Continue reading

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Speaking of Q&A… What Happened to Cardinal George Pell Last Night?

The Catholic Archbishop of Sydney had a shocker of a debate with the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins. He went as far as saying that the Biblical story of Adam and Eve is but a mere myth, a mythological account: “It’s a very sophisticated mythology to … Continue reading

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Sir Anthony Hopkins in Q & A at Thomas Aquinas College


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Christopher Rollston – Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel

Christopher Rollston From here: One of the world’s leading experts on ancient writing in the Middle East, Christopher Rollston joins us to talk about his new book, Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel, and what it has … Continue reading

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