Monthly Archives: January 2008

Art from Scriptural study

This is a visualization of cross references within the Christian scriptures. It began as a study of Bible passages that refer to other passages, and was developed in a graphical way that has its own sense of majesty and beauty. … Continue reading

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Gordon’s Olives

Gordon Atkinson is a wonderful author, preacher, and blogger. His essay, “Olives, Wineskins, White Bread, & Jesus” is a marvelous piece of writing. There is a bit of earthy language here, but don’t let that throw you. It’s a divine … Continue reading

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Clementines

Most of these sweet gems come from Spain, and each year I look forward to buying a little crate of Clementines. They start appearing in the grocery store in mid-autumn, but they’re at their best in December and January. Because … Continue reading

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Update on TV converters

I’ve learned that if you subscribe to cable, your older TV will work just fine.  Apparently the cable companies convert the signal for you, and you won’t need a digital converter.  About the only folks who will need the converter … Continue reading

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Will your TV work in 2009?

The federal government has decreed that broadcasters begin ‘casting with a digital signal in 2009. Many older television sets are analog-only, meaning that they will need a converter to process the digital signal, much like the box that cable companies … Continue reading

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