Monthly Archives: March 2019

Typology

As Typology is such an important tool for understanding the Bible – in fact, the Bible is meaningless without it – it can seem odd that it’s largely unknown outside of the Orthodox and Catholic churches. For 1,000 years Typology … Continue reading

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Lent’s Here. Let’s talk food.

+JMJ+ BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet is one of my most favourite things, right after whiskers on kittens and Atmospheric River Events on roses. They travel the UK looking for regional specialties and sharing cooking advice. Most of the … Continue reading

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You’re Not From Jerusalem, Are You?

+JMJ+ When I moved here in 1997, I was told that I would have to have been here for 6 months before anyone would believe I was staying. Until I hit six months, even with a job, I was just … Continue reading

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Homeless Life in SF

+JMJ+ Homo quidam erat dives… There was a certain rich man… We have a huge homeless problem in San Francisco. The problem is we have a huge, wealthy population that’s scared of homeless people.They are scared that property values might fall.They … Continue reading

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