Daily Archives: March 1, 2008

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Targuman’s Twitter Updates for 2008-03-01

I need a little Monk Shui in my life. # Clue hug! # My 4 year old son just beat me at Wii Golf! I am proud and ashamed all at once. Parenthood in a nutshell. # So…snow. Evil, as Dr. West contends, or just really cold water. Now, if you put a cat in the snow, is the joy for Dr. W? # My kids just discovered Tom and Jerry. Their laughter is amazing! […]

Mash Up

For those wondering about the previous post’s title (“More on Faith” or “By Faith” or “Abel and Cain Going Toe To Toe In A Sacrificial Face Off Where Only One Will Remain, Next Right After These Messages,”) I can’t explain it other than to say, imagine the pamphleteers of the 17th or 18th centuries writing copy for Fox TV.  

Lenten Devotional: “More on Faith” or “By Faith” or “Abel and Cain Going Toe To Toe In A Sacrificial Face Off Where Only One Will Remain, Next Right After These Messages”

John posted a thought provoking comment on my previous post regarding Heb. 11 and the conception of faith as inspiring works and deeds (or being evidenced by such works and deeds). As I was replying I realized it might be best to put this in a post instead. First, let’s hear from John. Your statement – In each instance of those faithful ones cited by Hebrews we find that it is their actions that are […]

More Images: Woodcuts of biblical scenes.

UPDATE:The link changed at some point in the last year. (Which means that all the images I had used are now broken. Oh well.) Here is the link. Last week I mentioned a site that had free pictures for your use, today I stumbled across a great site with woodcuts of various biblical stories, free for your use. World Missions Collection Clipart Graphics These woodcut illustrations by Julius Schnoor von Carolsfeld were originally printed in […]

Cuomo is stepping out…

Of his jurisdiction. And I don’t just mean because he has subpoenaed schools outside of NY (that can be justified). I don’t claim to be an expert in financial matters but I have looked into the credit card practices since my employer has more alumni with branded cards than any other academic institution. The practice is legal, that seems to be certain. But Cuoma seems to be saying that just the cards being offered somehow […]