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Love is the light. Hatred is the dim light. Fear is darkness.

I would like to continue explaining about love, hatred and darkness because I was inspired by one of the TEDxBangkok speakers. He traveled around the world, and become interested in politics and philosophy. 231 mots de plus

Life

Ineffable God: The Jewish (rather than Platonic) Roots of Gnosticism, Part I

Let me tell you then why the creator made this world of generation. He was good, and the good can never have any jealousy of anything. 1 506 mots de plus

Christianity

Philo Raises $10 Million From NEA, HBO & Others For Its On-Campus Internet TV Service

The way people watch TV in a multi-device world is changing, which has led a number of consumers – especially among the younger demographic – to cut the cord with traditional pay TV, or just never sign up in the first place. 750 mots de plus

TC

Tana Daily Telegraph a reblogué votre sur Tana Daily Telegraph et a répondu comme suit:

"...the experience of watching TV today is not very well optimized for consumers or advertisers alike..." - original author

Philo Raises $10 Million From NEA, HBO & Others For Its On-Campus Internet TV Service

The way people watch TV in a multi-device world is changing, which has led a number of consumers – especially among the younger demographic – to cut the cord with traditional pay TV, or just never sign up in the first place. 750 mots de plus

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A* and project PX

I cannot stop myself from wondering about the purpose of the online blog. With private journal entries, I rid myself the risk of offending anybody, and also free myself from the constraints of practicality in communicating my ideas to the world. 309 mots de plus

Sunday 14 June 2015. Inter-Urban: to the Center of the Universe (Philo) and Back

It was 73 degrees F at 5:35 am (still haven’t managed to be out at first light, alas, regardless, it was effectively early), the sky mostly cloudy, but with gaps. 699 mots de plus

Nature

Bible 2015: 30 May Daily Bible Reading

Context and Comment:

Pontius Pilate was the fifth prefect of the Roman province of Judea, AD 26-36. He served during the reign of Emperor Tiberius. Sources outside the Bible record much about Pilate: the Pilate Stone, an inscription recording his position, mentions by Tacitus, Philo, and Josephus. 2 302 mots de plus

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