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Advent Celebrates Two Comings: The Incarnation and the Last Judgment

As we all know the four weeks before Christmas, also known as Advent, is a time of preparation and anticipation. We prepare our hearts and our souls to welcome Christ anew, remembering how God became man 2,000 years ago in Bethlehem. Nativity scenes...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 1, 2016

How To Survive Toddlers

My daughter is approaching age two and we're experiencing all the fun things like everything being colored on, negotiating everything, constant messes, feeling like you don't have a life because no one wants to be around them, etc.  It's going t...
by Notes on Parenting on Sep 2, 2016

HER HORSE AND CROWN

It’s that time of year again. The dreaded days children across the nation would rather not face. The moments of carefree poolside hangouts become interrupted. The lack of alarm clocks and lack of backpacks will… Continue Reading… The po...
by Let There Be Pets on Aug 4, 2016

Book Review: Dale C. Allison, Jr., Death Comes: Death, Imagination, and the Last Things

Allison, Jr., Dale C. Death Comes: Death, Imagination, and the Last Things. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2016. 194 pp. pb; $18.   Link to Eerdmans This short book was developed from Allison’s Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary in...
by Reading Acts on Jul 30, 2016

Book Review: Dale C. Allison, Jr., Death Comes: Death, Imagination, and the Last Things

Allison, Jr., Dale C. Death Comes: Death, Imagination, and the Last Things. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2016. 194 pp. pb; $18.   Link to Eerdmans This short book was developed from Allison’s Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary in...
by Reading Acts on Jul 30, 2016

Popular Eternity

Popular culture, it seems to me, mediates reality. The media of various descriptions teach us what to think, and even if there is a religiously “orthodox” answer to questions, we will weigh it in the scales against what larger society … Con...

Judgment by Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant

Judgment by Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant – If aan everything done and done should be considered first. Due to overcome the undesirable things or misunderstanding. I read books on considerations which the author develops..
by Best Novel Review on Jun 6, 2016

If You Really Love Someone, You’ll Never Stop Surrendering To Make It Work.

Love is a feeling and an action, it is not an anxiety-provoking drama. Before we share it, the commitment is to oneself first and foremost. Only then can we enter into an intimate relationship from a healthy, loving space. All relationships are dis...
by Much Ado About Something on Apr 11, 2016

Concept art and story details for Hellraiser: Judgment

Last week it was announced that horror FX mastero Gary Tunnicliffe is set to direct the tenth instalment of the Hellraiser franchise titled Hellraiser: Judgement, albeit without franchise veteran Doug Bradley, who will not be reprising the role of P...
by Flickering Myth Movie Blog on Feb 27, 2016

What if the apocalyptic prophecies of the Bible were to unfold today? Trumpets of Judgment sounding throughout the world bringing Disasters and Chaos. As the world is ripped apart by a sequence of horrifying catastrophes, a TV reporter and his camera...
by World Prophecies on Feb 26, 2016

Value Judgments and different levels of analysis: Meta-ethics

We have previously seen what value judgments are and introduced different levels fir their analysis. For an introduction see:Value Judgments and different levels of analysisThe first level we will refer to is meta-ethics and whether there are rationa...
by Jorge's Blog on Feb 26, 2016

Value Judgments and different levels of analysis

What are "value judgments"? According to the Oxford Dictionary “value judgment” means:“An assessmentof something as good or bad in terms of one’s standards or priorities.”In very simplistic and schematic terms we may have:“X is good” or...
by Jorge's Blog on Feb 19, 2016

Where I Ought to be Judged – Acts 25:9-10

“But Festus, wishing to do the Jews a favor, answered Paul and said, “Are you willing to go up to Jerusalem and stand trial before me on these charges?” But Paul said, “I am standing before Caesar’s tribunal, where I … Continue readin...
by How to be saved on Jan 28, 2016

A-Z TRIVIA WEDNESDAY: AUTOPSY

Second movie to star both Robert Patrick and Jenette Goldstein. The first being Terminator 2: Judgement Day.Filed under: A-Z Trivia Wednesday Tagged: 2015, A-Z Trivia Wednesday, Arts, Autopsy, Blog, Blogging, blogs, Film, Filmmaking, Horror, Horror f...
by Written in Blood on Dec 23, 2015

"Judge's Delivery of Janning's Sentencing by the Court"

 This speech is from the film "Judgement at Nuremberg," made in 1961. Consider the principles discussed here, and how far from them we've strayed..."Judge's Delivery of Janning's Sentencing by the Court""Judge Dan Haywood's (Spencer Tracy) sente...
by Running 'Cause I Can't Fly on Dec 10, 2015

MINDFULLY IN LINE: How to change actions through recognition, acceptance and appreciation

MINDFULLY IN LINE: How to change actions through recognition, acceptance and appreciation Events in life tend to pull us down. Whether a tough business client, or a rough patch in a relationship, it’s challenging to be able to pull happiness out o...
by The Mindful Word on Dec 3, 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger travels in style

Arriving at 67 years, Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to live in luxury and not at all stingy when it comes to one of his greatest passions: cars expensive. Former governor of California has quite a collection of hot rods, which has spent millions of...
by We care about your travel on Nov 10, 2015

The Day I was a Perfect Parent

It's all over the news and Social Media these days.  Imperfect Parents making mistakes.  It makes me thankful that I had that one day that I was completely and totally the perfect parent. Because of that one day, I can sit in judgment of ot...
by On Wings of Pigs on Jul 28, 2015

Legal Lesson: Ostensible Agent Liability In Medical Malpractice

Hospitals can be held liable for the negligent acts of physicians, nurses, and others when they are employed by the facility. However they can also be held liable when it only APPEARS these individuals are hospital employees. We are going to explore...
by Law Med Blog on Jun 29, 2015

My birthday lunch

It felt really good to me to eat normal food on my birthday. We stopped at Ruby Tuesday's, as we'd planned, and I ordered a burger and onion rings. We had cake for dessert. (And cupcakes for breakfast!) There's a part of me that would just like to ge...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on May 27, 2015


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