Daily Archives: 2 March 2007

Into the Wilderness

“And immediately the Spirit drove him into the wilderness (eremos).” Mark 1:12 (This is Neil.) Imagine yourself in the periodicals section of a good library. Generally speaking, I would expect that you would find articles about “wilderness” in two different … Continue reading

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Inter Mirifica 8

Public opinion, not as a bellwether for politicians and such, but as a power which needs formation. It’s interesting that in talking with both liberals and conservatives, one aspect of common ground is the sense of powerlessness in shaping public … Continue reading

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“It almost gives you vertigo”

Saturn from the high inclination view, the planet brightened so details of the rings can emerge. Cassini navigators crank up the orbit by repeated fly-bys of the moon Titan to give scientists viewing angles never before seen. Lots of photos and … Continue reading

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