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A Torah Scholar Helps Explain the Age of Foolishness CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 5, 2016 ... Dennis Prager taught the first five books of the Bible verse-by-verse at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles. According to Prager there is no greater concept in the Torah than that of "distinction," or, put another way, the clear separation God makes between certain things: God and man, animal and human, life and death, sacred and profane, good and evil, male and female. He even goes so far as to call these distinctions "God's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/mv734Eyary0/torah-scholar-helps-us-understand-age-foolishness
Mary, the True Lucifer SERVANT AND STEWARD - September 8, 2016 ... heralding the morning, scatters the shades of night with the brightness of its light. The true morning star, or Lucifer, is blessed Mary; who, born in the midst of a cloud, put to flight the shadowy cloud, and in the morning of grace heralded the sun of justice to those who sat in darkness (2). He summarizes all of this at the end of his sermon, saying simply, "She is called 'light,' because she scatters the darkness" (4). Another of the early Franciscans, Saint Bonaventure, explains what it ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/PYjH1yO_h1A/mary-true-lucifer.html
For You Are With ME YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - August 16, 2016 ... believer: [i] A sheep fed. "I shall not want" (verse 1). A child led. "He leads me beside the still waters" (verse 2). A backslider restored. "He restores my soul" (verse 3). A friend comforted. "your rod and your staff, they comfort me" (verse 4). A warrior feasted. "You prepare a table before me" (verse 5). A priest anointed. "you anoint my head" (verse 5). A pilgrim housed. ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/08/for-you-are-with-me.html
Year C Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - July 31, 2016 ... is meant by the inspired author, that which is meaningless, or even absurd. In our three-year lectionary cycle we read from the Book of Ecclesiastes, or, to use its Hebrew designation, Qoheleth, meaning one who teaches and preaches to the assembly, only once. Among those things the preacher tells us are meaningless are some things that we usually consider meaningful, like working hard and enjoying the fruits of our labor. The man in the example used by Qoheleth "labored with wisdom and ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/07/year-c-eighteenth-sunday-in-ordinary.html