Centuries before John composed his gospel, the Greek philosopher Plato became well-known because of his unique explanation of our human condition. In his view of the world, we're slaves chained together facing the rear wall of a cave, unable to turn around and look at... more
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Most tours of the Holy Land offer the option of a side trip to Mt. Sinai. Though the vast majority of biblical archeologists doubt the mount to which the tourists are brought is the actual Mt. Sinai we hear about in Exodus, the modern practice of visiting the mountain... more
Do you remember what happened when your parents first met the person who eventually became your spouse? Probably they weren't too impressed. Later, when you were alone with them, you tried to explain why he or she was so special. You had experienced things about and... more