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.
The Anglican Church in Springwood last night hosted a Middle East Feast for women of the Church and any friends they might care to invite. Obviously, I didn't get to go, so this is a second hand report, but everyone I've heard says the evening was fantastic. There were well over 150 people at the… Continue reading The Dancers
So we're into the second week back at College, and my eyes are already nearly worn out from reading. I'm continuing on with Hebrew and Greek, but now our Old Testament and New Testament classes are conducted as studies of the text in the original languages. For Greek, that currently means reading and studying through… Continue reading Colwellâ€™s Rule