Craig Carter’s argument in this book is that modernity has changed our attitude toward Biblical interpretation, and if we wish to interpret as the church whose doctrine and practice we inherit interpreted, we need to recover the premodern attitude toward biblical interpretation. 854 altre parole
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Who’s afraid of Saul Alinsky?
There’s a footnote in the book, an excerpt from The National Observer in 1967. The article says of Alinsky:
“His basic philosophy, as he has often stated, is that the poor, who lack the money or authority to challenge the ‘power structure,’ must use the only weapon they have at their command – people and publicity.” 419 altre parole
It was only after reading Christine Brooke-Rose’s short experimental novel Amalgamemnon that I noted its original year of publication. Nineteen eighty-four has a dystopian association, thanks wholly to George Orwell’s story of the same name, published in 1949. 1.497 altre parole
There are some great book to film adaptations (think Matilda, Harry Potter and Gone Girl) but there are also some that just don’t manage (in my humble opinion) to capture the same magic and create the same feelings that the book does. 938 altre parole
It’s release day! Remember me fan girling? Now is your chance to see what I was raving about!
Happy reading ⭐️