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April 12, 2012


Professor Andrew Stark of the University of Toronto quotes the Greek thinker Epicurius in stating that “The relationship between a person and his death, is a strange one.  Whenever one is present, the other is nowhere to be seen. As long as a person is alive, his death has not yet happened. And of course […]

Who said Calvinists don’t know how to have fun?

October 24, 2010


The image of the non-fun loving Calvinist is in dire need of exposure to some light of truth.  John Calvin, though one of the intellectual giants of Theology, was not the judgmental curmudgeon that he is so often portrayed.  Brother Calvin, it seems was often seen, on days other than the Sabbath,  lawn bowling in […]