Monthly Archives: July 2005

Facelift

Trevor’s working on a way of refactoring the appearance of the Disseminary — partly ’cause it’s been long enough, partly because we cam up with the old appearance right at the start, and have learned enough to be ready to … Continue reading

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Clockwork

Today’s shipment of cards: 39 Polycarp, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 40 Montanus, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 41 Gnosticism, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG

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Ideas and Time

I appreciate the positive feedback about the Theology Cards; we have another dozen or so in the works, which will dribble out over the next week, I expect. If you have a request, leave a comment — I can’t make … Continue reading

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Card Posts

Latest update on the Theology Cards front (Theological Outlines buffs will have to wait — but aren’t five-plus chapters enough for starters?): 23 Evagrius of Pontus, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 34 Eusebius of Caesarea, Single PDF — … Continue reading

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My Kind of Argument

Phil Windley (Ha! no one thought I even remembered Phil — hi, Phil!) points to a useful argument from Timothy Grayson on the subject of digital identity. It’s the sort of argument I love — he calls attention to the … Continue reading

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Like Clockwork

Another series of Theology Cards, another couple of chapters of Hall’s Theological Outlines. Among the cards, we’ve added 20 John Cassian, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 30 Modalism, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 36 Pachomius, Single … Continue reading

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They’re Multiplying

Bwa-ha-ha! More questionae going up in Chapter Four of the Theological Outlines, and four more Theology Cards: 25 Jerome, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 27 John Chrysostom, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 28 Mary of Egypt, … Continue reading

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You and Big Broadband and Me

Yesterday David (evidently on vacation, but blogging up a storm) called attention to what calls itself a Big Broadband Bill of Rights. He urged us to sign on, and I went over to check it out. I’m a determined user … Continue reading

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Hard at Work

Crossing from repetitive to downright tedious, we’ve got even more of the Theological Outlines online: we have Chapter One (The Science of Theology), Chapter Two (The Dogmatic office of the Church), Chapter Three (Holy Scripture), and about half of Chapter … Continue reading

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Offspring of Even Still More Cards

More questions from Theological Outlines blog. More cards. More to come. (Yes, more Lego Church History too, but not this instant.) 15 Constantine, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 17 Augustine, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — JPEG 19 … Continue reading

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More Cards

The work on teaching resources continues behind the scenes at the Disseminary. We’ve uploaded several more questionae to the Theological Outlines blog, and we’ve uploaded three more Theology Cards, available from here: 9 Macrina, Single PDF — Six-Up PDF — … Continue reading

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Another Example

The St. Luke’s volunteers came by today to pick up a bed for the Yancuba family, and as I was cleaning out the space where the bed used to be, I found a parish bulletin (location and date withheld) where … Continue reading

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