Archive for April 2008
I do not know how to make “Blogging my thoughts” come in first, so you have to go to the page. My thoughts about a film review are tangential, but important, I believe. In the powerful force of individualism, we usually only consider Christ and forget about his Kingdom. The problem of religions being used by states can be helped by Christians being mindful of the Lamb on the throne, the suffering servant of the Kingdom of God.
Comparing Penndot and California’s DMV may be off, according to Bizarro.
And see my response to Krister Stendal’s comment about the afterlife as Christian selfishness. Do you agree?
Only now I’ve gotten Good Friday’s thoughts typed up. It takes me so long. I have not yet entered my thoughts for Easter and those for today. I’ve also done a great deal of work on part two, “Performative Declarations.” When I enter Searle’s symbolic representations of his different speech acts, the arrows and special symbols don’t come out in Word Press. My piece is also getting so long, that I think it will require a book: Creation and social action via language.
I just finished typing in my Easter thoughts, which are mostly about my creation via language theme.
For April 14th, 2008:
see a few thoughts about the church and its aversion to change, a comedian, Prof. Corey, Pope Benedict, and the deceased physicist, John A. Wheeler. Sometimes reading the New York Times is a real delight!