Motley refers to the traditional costume of the court jester, or the harlequin character in commedia dell’arte. The latter wears a patchwork of red, green and blue diamonds. (Wiki).
A Motley Brew
- The Calvinist Robot and the Arminian Zombie: Grammars of coming to faith.
- Where there is no vision: No more cutting and pasting a way to prosperity for this hermeneut
- KJV or NASB? Of by and through and one less all to fight Arminians over
- Archibald Alexander and how we come to faith: Thank God that he never depends on human understanding to bring us to faith
- Pirate Christian Radio: Plundering galleys of drivel
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- A Motley Brew
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- In search of French past
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- Judaism and Christianity
- Language, Communication and Translation
- My Academic Papers
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- Songs we shouldn’t sing in church
- Theodor Herzl and his tragic family
- Victor Frankl, Judaism and God
- Disrobed not robbed: The Crucifixion of the Lord Jesus Christ
- The Constant Thirst and Constant Sacrifice of Jesus Christ: The Charism of Mother Teresa
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- God in Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy
- Pope Benedict's retake of “His blood be on us and on our children!” (Matthew 27:25)
- When the Jew cleans up the Holy One of Israel's Mess, Messiah will he come?
- Songs we shouldn't sing in church
- Did the Father turn his face away in sorrow from the Cross?
- Yin Yang, God and the devil: A cosmic chess game?
- Yin Yang dualism, CS Lewis and Christianity