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“In such a time the perverse logic of power dictates that people such as us must be hunted down and locked away. We who are without weapons or riches or a stake in this world has become a danger to the Masters of the kingdom of death. . . . On the other hand, one…

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“Thus Milton refines the question down to a matter of faith,” said Coleridge, bringing the lecture to a close, “and a kind of faith more independent, autonomous – more truly strong, as a matter of fact – than the Puritans really sought. Faith, he tells us, is not an exotic bloom to be laboriously maintained…

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Deliverance by the power of God, whether from illness, travail, danger, accident, malice, and above all, death – these are hard to give ear to, let alone belief. The times are such that a far different voice than that of peters angel whispers in our ear. It is the voice of presidents, judges, juntas, shahs,…

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