this blog develops the idea that a theory of man in history can be worked out around the theme that man's self expression in culture and society is motivated by the desire to find meaning in man's existence. i proceed by summarizing seminal works that provide insights into the dynamics of this process, with the view that the culmination of this exploration was reached with god's self revelation in jesus. i'll hopefully also explore the developments that followed this event.
If anyone still has it open on their phone or PC, they could copy it and send it to you.ReplyDelete
-Chuck (I haven't seen it yet.)
That's the only hope, Chuck. I tried retrieving through my History and several other caching methods but none worked.Delete
I just tried the Wayback machine ... they had yesterday's posts, but none from today.Delete
Let's pray someone has it!
I read it while it was there, and I submitted a comment.ReplyDelete
I remember, and for that reason thought I might be able to recover it from caching or history, but no luck. I meant to delete "Medical Morning" and carelessly misclicked.Delete
I know from my own blogs that sometimes an article's date is different than you think. For example, if you began to write the article on Wednesday, then the article still might be among the articles that you wrote on that day.ReplyDelete
I don't have the text of your post in my cache anymore, but the article you linked to and excerpted from was:ReplyDelete
Thanks. Apparently it was too recent to be cached.Delete
I only have the front page of it still open, and the link, probably doesn't help much:ReplyDelete
Ranking The Hoaxes
I think we can all agree that the Russia Hoax was some kinda major hoax. Add in the ancillary hoaxes that grew out of it--the Ukraine Hoax and so forth--and it's easy to argue that it deserves the number one ranking.
But not everyone agrees . For example. A pathologist, virologist, and CEO of a Covid testing company in Canada just testified that Covid is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” And rather than stopping there, he listed a whole string of associated hoaxes:
I guess I'll have to learn to be more careful about deletions from Blogger. Seems pretty crazy that they don't have a Trash function, but there you are.Delete
Check your gmail, emailed you the full textReplyDelete
Thanks so much! That was my last hope!Delete