Monthly Archives: July 2012

John Calvin on Prayer

It is indeed certain that the intercession of the saints is highly appreciated by God; and hence it is that we are bidden winingly and freely to make known to one another our necessities, so that we may mutually help … Continue reading

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Emily Dickinson: Her Thought

Emily Dickinson was a true genius with her poetic form, but she was also far ahead of her time in philosophical thought.  So far ahead that the one man to whom she introduced her poetry—Thomas Wentworth Higginson, a renowned literary … Continue reading

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Emily Dickinson: Form

Emily Dickinson was a genius—and far ahead of her time— in two specific areas: the form she used in her poems, and her refusal to go completely along with the romanticism of her times, she was far too acquainted with … Continue reading

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Emily Dickinson and the Art of Belief

 Fame—It has a song—It has a sting—Ah too, it has a wing. Emily Dickinson  I’ve been fascinated with Emily Dickinson ever since discovering her in a high school English class.  This is probably the third or fourth biography I’ve read … Continue reading

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