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Duane Alexander Miller

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Duane Alexander Miller Even in academic writing we get this. I remember sitting on my bed in Edinburgh and just forcing myself to put out at least 500 words that day. Even…moreEven in academic writing we get this. I remember sitting on my bed in Edinburgh and just forcing myself to put out at least 500 words that day. Even if it is garbage, you need to force yourself. It's not fun. It doesn't always get the writing juices flowing. But sometimes, it does.(less)
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Death Comes for the ArchbishopDeath Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather


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Enchanting, profound, elegiac, epic, beautiful. As a man with a PhD in Divinity and professor at a seminary I will tell you that the missiology and anthropology of religion in this book is penetrating and deep. As a priest and pastor I found it incredibly moving, sometimes to the point of tears.


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“Religion is the opium of the people. He believed that, that dyspeptic little joint-keeper. Yes, and music is the opium of the people. Old mount-to-the-head hadn't thought of that. And now economics is the opium of the people; along with patriotism the opium of the people in Italy and Germany. What about sexual intercourse; was that an opium of the people? Of some of the people. Of some of the best of the people. But drink was a sovereign opium of the people, oh, an excellent opium. Although some prefer the radio, another opium of the people, a cheap one he had just been using. Along with these went gambling, an opium of the people if there ever was one, one of the oldest. Ambition was another, an opium of the people along with a belief in any new form of government. What you wanted was the minimum of government, always less government. Liberty, what we believed in, now the name of a MacFadden publication. We believed in that although they had not found a new name for it yet. But what ...more Ernest Hemingway
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“The future belongs to those who procreate.”
Duane Alexander Miller

“The core of liberation theology is profoundly "theologal" - that is, rooted in the very nature of God. You see, there's an immediate relationship between God, oppression, liberation: God is in the poor who cry out. And God is the one who listens to the cry and liberates, so that the poor no longer need to cry out. ( Leonardo Boff, p. 166)”
Mev Puleo, The Struggle Is One: Voices and Visions of Liberation

“Without a constant misuse of language there cannot be any discovery, any progress”
Paul Karl Feyerabend, Against Method: Outline of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge

“I am not a saint, unless you think of a saint as a sinner who keeps on trying.”
Nelson Mandela

“Trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.”
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“There is but one good; that is God. Everything else is good when it looks to Him and bad when it turns from Him.”
C.S. Lewis, The Great Divorce
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