Monthly Archives: March 2015

Recent posts on Dust

My project is proceeding as noted here. Since my last update on this blog, I have posted on Genesis 1, Job 3, and the Song chapters 1 to 3. Also some nice pictures of flowers.

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Why We Study Sacrifices: A Happy Case of Collusion

Originally posted on Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman, Ph.D.:
“Collusion” is usually a dirty word denoting police brutality, government corruption, corporate price-fixing, and everyone on the take. But collusion can equally describe the unsung cooperative venture that is life itself:…

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Beit Transactional Analysis: The Strange Case of the Disappearing Pulpit

Originally posted on Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman, Ph.D.:
Pulitzer Prize winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin (The Bully Pulpit, 2013), quotes muckraker journalist Frank Norris at the turn of the 20th century as saying, “The Pulpit, the Press, and the…

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Information literacy

James McGrath has a good question on his Exploring our Matrix. I have given a response here. In that response there are neither links nor footnotes, so I have been personal in my thoughts. There is not even any God but … Continue reading

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Poetry and statistics

I have pursued some claims about Biblical poetry and stats here.

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A reading of Obadiah

My first reading of Obadiah is here.

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On changing blog addresses

I think I know one blogger who has had more addresses than I have had. He has just started a new blog here. So he does not remain nameless. How many of his old addresses do I remember? Curious question. They were … Continue reading

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