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Daily Archives: 8 April 2014
Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the Torah (and the Bible, of course) inspires DD 17 and continues the theme of remembering: 17. The connection between Sabbath rest and the theme of “remembering” God’s wonders is found also in the Book … Continue reading
Anybody know what happened to that fine effort, Conciliaria? I really enjoyed the historical perspective of the 1960’s, unfolding fifty years after various Catholic events or Catholic interpretations of timely events. The site’s had nothing since last June.
You can read a nice profile here on biologist and science author Kenneth Miller. What struck me was a phenomenon I’ve encountered frequently online, described in Karl Giberson’s profile here: Despite Miller’s tireless support for evolution—the popularity of his text … Continue reading
Pope Francis calls on some New Testament references to bolster his case in Evangelii Gaudium for better and more evangelical preaching. 136. Let us renew our confidence in preaching, based on the conviction that it is God who seeks to reach out … Continue reading