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So much for my novel tonight...
Am I the only one unable to get this to play?
Anyone know a way to download substack video? Would love to be able to convert this to an audio file and be able to listen to this while on a nice long walk.
I was sent a copy of the interview from the Christian Century by an Anglican Minister - and I loved it - and I’m looking forward to watching and listening to the full interview
Roland's skills are far beyond anything us mere homo sapiens could ever hope to fathom, yet he graciously still tries to help as along as best he can. He just has that kind of bodi chitta about his presence.
I must say, when I read douthat's excerpt, I was reminded of a joke that came to mind when reading tradition and apocalypse. (Here substituting Schillebeeckx for Blondel.)
"Maybe the real apocalypse was the friends we made along the way."
"It's not my neck of the woods, it's the neck of the woods where I am..."--David Bentley Hart
"Don't you mind dying, sir?" the consul asked. "Forgive me a little lofty talk," van Gulik said, "but all movement is illusory. From Seoul to Kobe. From life to death."
Janwillem van de Wetering, "Robert van Gulik: His Life and Work."
I've read a bit of Rustkins economics, but could you tell me where he describes his parliamentary views?