Poem for Easter Sunday.
In the course of this post it is quite likely that I will commit the 'etymological fallacy'. I'm just warning you now in case there are any young children around and you want to avert their eyes. [The etymological fallacy is when someone argues from the origins of a particular word to a conclusion about… Continue reading An Impeccably Renovated Terrace
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?
The more Death takes - the greater the frailty, the blindness, the pain - the more he does another’s work.