Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Gospel & Gratitude:
These last postings have been a sample of Luther’s thinking on Genesis 1-3. His pastoral heart and keen eye for grace in Scripture is compelling to me as I read him. I really appreciate…

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Originally posted on Nick Baines's Blog:
The agenda here in Wittenberg means that I only catch odd snatches of the Pope in the UK. I also don’t have time to review all the commentary. But, I think I can…

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Originally posted on Creatio:
Though a few weeks have passed since Pope Benedict’s visit to the Middle East in the midst of the violent demonstrations, the weight and wisdom of the words remain. The Pope proclaimed the document “Ecclesia en…

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Originally posted on Nick Baines's Blog:
Call it coincidence, but when I agreed months ago to do a St Wilfrid Lecture at Ripon Cathedral I didn’t think it would take place in the week the Murdochs returned to the…

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Originally posted on Friends of Justice:
By Alan Bean This talk was originally delivered as an address at an MLK program at the Department of Veterans Affairs Dallas Campus on January 12, 2012 I was thrilled to be asked to…

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Originally posted on TILT:
by Bill Rozaitis, Education Specialist, Center for Teaching and Learning Meeting Millennials When teachers get together to talk about their work, the conversation inevitably comes round to the students they’re teaching—their habits, the challenges they’re facing,…

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Originally posted on Straight from the Source:
As we were walking off of the plane in Ben Gurion Airport, it hit me: I was in Israel!  I was in disbelief for about 30 minutes as we waited for security.  My…

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Originally posted on Counsellor Sam's Blog:
A common issue that most people face is trying to recall how much money they have lost over a lifetime. When somebody loses they tend to think ,“I’ve just lost $500”, when instead, they…

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Originally posted on Open Mind:
Lots of time series, especially in geophysics, exhibit the phenomenon of autocorrelation. This means that not just the signal (if nontrivial signal is present), even the noise is more complicated than the simple kind in…

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