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The Blog of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, Indianapolis
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Joel Watts shared a cool Star Trek version of the famous Beatles Abbey Road photo. That led me to the web site of an artist who goes by the nickname “Rabbittooth” who has done a number of photomanipulations to place a very large number of different actors into StarFleet uniforms. I particularly liked these, because [...]
Alvin Toffler is of course putting in other words the sage advice offered by Yoda a long long time ago, in a galaxy far far away. But as a statement about contemporary education (rather than specifically Jedi training), Toffler is surely right that the pace of advance in knowledge means that anyone who wants to [...]
The expression “old as Methuselah” is perhaps not as common now as it once was. Methuselah was famous for his unbelievably long life according to the Bible (969 years), hence the expression. But according to the Septuagint, he managed to survive the Flood without being on the ark! Young earth creationists treat such absurd ages [...]
Jim West shared this “just for me,” and even though a year ago this I shared, presumably repeating things once a year bother anyone going to is not.
The Doctor Who episode “Snakedance” from the Peter Davison era is the sequel to the earlier episode Kinda, featuring the same enemy, the Mara, an evil presence which can hide within a mind and take control of it, and from there (if it can find the power to do so) emerge into physical form as [...]