Defence of the Defence (2 sentences) 1. Not the 'approximate', although it is worthy in its way. It is an attribute of God to be proximate to all and thus (a)proximate to human understanding. There are pleasant idle hours to spend in contemplation of the alpha privative. (Particularly one as odd as the 'a' in… Continue reading In defence of the proximate.
How is Jesus the Lord of the futures that never were?
We've been studying eschatology in our doctrine classes for this past term, normally that would mean lots of discussion about the end of the world: whether we all get RAPTURED before or after the TRIBULATION, whether the 'MARK OF THE BEAST' is some sort of barcode or RFID tag, and whether the UN is really… Continue reading What will not be?
I was having a coffee at Campos today with Emma and casually reading the paper over her shoulder. She was reading the Daily Telegraph (my glasses feel soiled from refracting light beams that have touched that Paper). Emma appears impervious to its evil muck. I noticed this 'pearl' from Jonathon Cainer, the Tele Astrologist: 'Nothing… Continue reading Astro-Ignominy
Hello, people of the future. Thanks for dropping in. Apologies for our antiquated interests and modes of expression. I'm hoping to come and visit you soon. And maybe we can become better acquainted. Love, dan