Monthly Archives: June 2007

Julian: Paganism and Tolerance

I’ve just been reading an article on religious tolerance and intolerance in the Fourth Century AD. It was interesting to read about the general tolerance that was held by the emperors. Constantine was generally tolerant of all religions, but gave … Continue reading

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Hurry Up City

It’s been over 6 weeks (a long time in football) since City sacked Stuart Pearce as manager, then there was issues with the take over by the former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra because he had his money frozen by … Continue reading

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Julian: Hymns of Hate

Last night I was reading a hymn written by a dude who didn’t like Emperor Julian because of his paganism, it was pretty intense, bordering on hateful. Lots of imagery, with some reference to the evil kings of Israel, like … Continue reading

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Julian, History and Blogging.

I’ve just started my mid-year break from college, so I’m looking forward to this time a of rest. This first week will be a pseudo-holiday because I have a church history annotated bibliography due. so today I’ve been reading about … Continue reading

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Excited but Concerned

There is an 8m swell coming in tomorrow morning with crazy winds, because of a crazy low (990). This has caused me much excitement because big waves even when unrideable are awesome to watch. Just the sheer power shown by … Continue reading

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Something Precious

Last week at college as part of our first year group, which meets to share life together and care for each other. As part of this we have been sharing something from our lives that we consider precious or valuable … Continue reading

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