Monthly Archives: March 2019

“Satan’s Smoothest Trick”

The Rev. Jasper Alexander, sermon, August 17, 1954, Seven Hills Baptist Church, Liberty, Tennessee. “Tonight I’m going to talk about Satan’s smoothest trick. Satan’s smoothest trick is making us believe that he doesn’t exist. But he does. I’m here tonight … Continue reading

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Lois Kaminsky

“Lois Kaminsky (1936-2017). Originally a leading Freudian psychoanalyst, she ‘turned apostate’ and later became a noted philosopher of science. Although her groundbreaking work on conceptual spaces in the processes of cognition is considered her most important contribution, leading to new … Continue reading

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Map of the Cosmos: Damascus, 1097

“Carpet adorned with maps of the cosmos, Damascus, 1097.” Circular pen, digital paint.

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The Angelic Heralds

“The Angelic Heralds at the gates of Gil-gal, demanding the city’s surrender to Joshua and the Israelites, lest it be destroyed and all the people in it.” Ink brushes, digital paint.        

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Len Crawford: “The Lost Wise”

“There was once a being, a human, who in form and wisdom surpassed all others, even the Buddha. In this creature’s heart were understandings of how to achieve unshakeable inner peace and make society a garden where every flower flourished in its … Continue reading

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