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hunger: feasting on famine

There seems, based on the past record, to be more to famine than a mere lack of food. Hunger has always been at the door, even in an era of relative prosperity like our own. Do people starve because of … Continue reading

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Visionary or megalomaniac?

No, not Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, the Fred Flinstones Order of the Buffalo or the Karnak Temple whirling dervish go-cart 500. Akhenaten and another sort of religious revolution based on monotheism and worship of the sun god Aten. … Continue reading

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those young turks

There is a branch of research under the name of Bible studies that varies from interpretation of the Scriptures to complete analysis through sophisticated software of Bible codes found in the Torah.They say all answers are there. If you can … Continue reading

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moses: the comic within the cosmic

Theologians as well as philosophers, have long analyzed¬† Truth and Goodness. Theology though,¬† unlike philosophy, has neglected serious scrutiny of the study of Beauty and Aesthetics, and has grappled, disconcertingly, with humor. The biblical figure of Moses cuts across the … Continue reading

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