Just How Wicked Are Pro-Abort Propagandists?

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This wicked: The headline of the piece dials back on the click-bait propaganda of the document title: The story itself is important, with profound ethical implications, albeit implications that have been discussed and analyzed for years. When valuable research is produced as the result of grave evil, how are subsequent generations to make use of [Read More...]

Why I Like My Keurig Coffee Maker

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When I first saw a Keurig K-cup single cup coffee machine, I thought it was awful. Let me count the ways it bothered me: It’s trendy. It’s expensive to buy. It’s expensive to operate. It’s wasteful. It’s a solution in search of a problem. I thought the coffee would be crap. Some of those objections [Read More...]

Tech That Won’t Die, and Some That Shouldn’t

"I said we don't take Amex!"

Ars Technica ran a story, and a follow-up, on “zombie tech” they wish would just go away. This is nothing new: every site eventually gets around to covering things which are (or appear to be) obsolete, illogical, cumbersome, and better done in other ways. Some are correct, some are not, and some are just flat [Read More...]

Hear The Oldest Surviving Song

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The Seikilos epitaph is the oldest compete surviving song discovered to date.  It comes from marble memorial pilla (stele) found in Tralleis, near Ephesus. and dating to the 1st or 2nd cenutry AD. This means that it captures words and music from the vicinity of the earliest Christian communities. The text is not Christian, but records [Read More...]

Ancient Fragment of Work By Justin Martyr is 1,000 Years Older Than Any Other Version

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I’ve written about the Oxyrhynchus dump before, and this cache of ancient manuscripts and fragments just keeps giving up the goods. The latest treasure to be identified is a manuscript of a work by Justin Martyr:  In the latest issue of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri series (LXXVIII, Egyptian Exploration Society, 2012), W. B. Henry offers an [Read More...]

75 Seconds of Pure Inspiration

If this mouse can do it, so can you! And remember… [Read more...]

Stephen’s Service: The Apostles of Acts

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Stephen blazes across Acts like a comet, his brief ministry beginning in two chapters that interrupt the story of Peter and form a bridge to the conversion of Paul. Before he falls under the stones of the mob, he leaves a vivid impression as one of the only people other than Peter or Paul given [Read More...]

The Silence of John: The Apostles of Acts

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John is an enigmatic figure in Acts of the Apostles, which is fitting for the author of the most theologically sublime Gospel. In some Catholic mystical literature, Peter and John tend to be viewed as complimentary characters, with John representing the head (thought, meditation, interiority) and Peter representing the heart (action, preaching, exteriority). John the [Read More...]


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