Day Bidet #36

“Man of sorrows,” what a name:

  1. “Perhaps a reasonable translation of Heb 11:1 could be: ‘Now faith is being sure of the reality of what is hoped for, proof after examination of what is not seen.'”
  2. “We were told the legalization of same-sex marriage would strengthen the institution, so it’s doubly confusing that support for more easily ending it has increased dramatically since the judiciary legalized it.” (Related. Related.)
  3. “Something started to happen though, my heart started softening. I became more uncomfortably aware of who I was before God, more fixed of the Lord I was speaking to. I remembered who He was and who I am.” (Related.)
  4. I have added a page on finances and (for now) specifically bitcoin. (Related. Related. Related. Related. Related.)
  5. “Why Does It Seem Like the Smartest People Are the Ones Who Reject Christianity?”
  6. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Demon World. Demon World.
  7. “How Can the ‘Apocrypha’ Help Me?”

More:

“Woke speech is simply a ruling-class dialect, which must be updated frequently to keep the lower orders from breaking the code and successfully imitating their betters.”

“The Jerusalem Temple on Mount Gerizim”

“Removing a law-created privilege … meant to subsidize ‘infant industries’ is not ‘regulation’, it is de-regulation.” (Related. Related.)

Some good thoughts here.

Louise Glück, “Aubade.” (Related. Related?)

“Only once in the Old Testament is the word ‘faithful’ applied to a human.” (Related.)

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