The Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock
The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt
Exploring Metaphysics by David K Johnson
How to Write a Thesis by Umberto Eco
Apology for Raymond Sebond by Michel De Montaign
When in Rome…
Last week we wrote about the current trend of men admitting they often think about the Roman Empire. Later on, none other than Time Magazine weighed in on the meme, in an article written by historian Tom Holland (not Spider Man). By the way, if you have not read Holland’s book Dominion, you should probably add it to your list.
And the “Rome” conversation is still very much alive on Twitter, with the one and only Eduard Habsburg contributing to the discussion:
A few random links…
Have you ever been accused of “bibliolatry”? Roman Catholics, among others, like to throw that one around. Here’s a good article to help dissect that argument.
Some words of encouragement for those of us who work in small churches.
Having trouble with your daily devotions? There may be a reason for that.
Just for fun…
This popped up recently in one of the French language groups I follow:
Good day. I am informing to that your twins are crying about “Boubou” their unicorn who “can come back to life with enough money.”
So the other students are giving them their lunch money in hopes of seeing this legendary steed in the flesh.
It is clear that Thomas and Nicolas will go far.
Very cordially, Mr. Guilot
For this week’s Musical Interlude, here’s a hymn that, until recently, I had only heard sung in our Brazilian churches. I was thrilled to discover that it is actually an American hymn.
And then, there’s this.
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