Duns Scotus. Educated in Oxford and Professor of theology in Paris. Apparently his intellect was a miracle, as he was slow as a child and prayed for wisdom. He was a mystic and a philosopher. The poet is referring to this experience in the poem.
From this week's JAMA, a meta analysis: psychosis is as much a somatic disorder as a psychiatric one. Kraepelin was describing these changes 100 years ago. These aurhos have summarized the epidemiological data for us: the quote is from the abstract.… Read More
The boundless riches of Christ have been made known to you. Wonderful. But they have come with a cost. For we have to reform ourselves, true: this is ongoing. Paul, who wrote this, said that at times he did what he knew he ought not do, and John said… Read More
The left continues to Streep, and it is not taking. It is igniting something that the elite fear. The Saxon.
Men on our side take fair play and sportsmanship seriously. For the last eight years, we've watched the other side score time after…Read More
This comment discusses William Briggs new book, which is on order. One comment before this: such work is needed.
There is a book of this type every so often and the appeals apply to every field which does not do randomized…Read More
To Streep is to complain, loudly, from a position of great privilege, according to Julian O'Dea. This is driving people to the Trumpenpanzerfeld, including good Mormons like the Manatee: as he notes on the Borg... (Note; I don't link to the… Read More