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Bel and the Dragon 1.27

Then Daniel took pitch, fat, and hair, and boiled them together and made cakes, which he fed to the dragon. The dragon ate them, and burst open. Then Daniel said, “See what you have been worshiping!”

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“I have more on my mind to express;

I am full like the full moon.” – Sirach 39.12

Welcome, it is my hope that you will find some subject of interest within this humble blog. Among these posts, one can read my various interactions with the Holy Scriptures, Church History, and Arthurian fun.

The Holy Writ will often include subjects on the book of Judges and St. Jame’s letter. As well as various sermons that I have written. I will often also post my interaction with the deuterocanonical (Apocryphal) books, notably Tobit.

In Church History department, you’ll mostly see entries on the Patristics and Historical Theology type stuff to a much lesser degree.

Besides the Holy Scriptures and Theology I post my interactions with King Arthur and his grand Knights of the Round Table.

At times, I’ve also elected to pop up some random more creative writings of mine. Nothing there should probably be taken too seriously, but it’s on here nevertheless.

Please feel free to comment, I always tried to reply readily. I am always interested in knowing when I am orthodox or when I have entered into the realm of supposed heresy.

– Le Bel Inconnu


4 Comments

  1. Carson says:

    Hey, just ran across your blog and love it. What are your thoughts on the Nag Hammadi library as they pertain to Christianity? Have you studied it much? Thanks

    • I should have responded to this a while ago. I haven’t done any in-depth study with the Nag Hammadi or really any Gnostic Literature. As for its relations with Christianity, well I would stick with the Church Fathers. it has some interesting historical footnotes and I’m told that the Gospel of Thomas could contain some agrapha (a term for alleged sayings of Jesus, found in ancient Christian writings, not included in the canonical Gospels), but these are with a gnostic bent.

      At some point I should look more into it, but I just haven’t gotten the desire too yet.

  2. James P Guzek says:

    How do I cite you in a reference? Would you like your name listed? Credentials? I’m citing your explanation of Victorinus of Pettau.

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