Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Read the bible for free or pay to hear it?

Neither interest me but those in London can spend some money and their Easter holiday at Shakespeare’s Globe listening to people read the King James bible in honour of its 400th anniversary. The Word of God features 20 people over … Continue reading

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Here be monsters

On early maps, that’s essentially what got written by the cartographers to indicate they were guessing about the edges of the world, or perhaps severely misinformed by well intentioned sailors or what have you. Sometimes they’d decorate the things with … Continue reading

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It takes more than a bible verse to “build character”

But, try telling that to the folks eager to advertise the first annual Bible Bee. I mentioned this back in November but now there’s more information about the contest. The goal of the Bible Bee is to build godly character … Continue reading

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364 gifts later, the song still makes little sense

The twelve days of Christmas occur between December 25th and January 6th and are celebrated in a number of interesting ways, depending on the culture. As to the carol of the same name, it has a popular mythology around it. … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party, volume 4

I wound up at the top of Google results a while back for this question: why did shakespeare quit working? Because he didn’t find it punny anymore? Actually, I have no idea. I don’t even like Shakespeare. I know. I … Continue reading

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