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Living Waters

While I’ve written about beings in the Oz universe made of fire and ice, I don’t believe I’ve yet covered plain old water. Well, I guess it’s not that plain if it’s alive. Whether Gwyneth Paltrow has met any of … Continue reading

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God Said to Noah, There’s Gonna Be a Floody-Floody

You may recall that I was quite interested in seeing Darren Aronofsky’s Noah movie, but various forces conspired against me seeing it in the theater. Beth and I finally managed to see it on DVD last night, and it kind … Continue reading

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A Witchy-Washy Weakness

When talking of weaknesses in works of fiction, one example that obviously comes to my mind is the Wicked Witch of the West and her aversion to water. While L. Frank Baum only mentions this weakness in conjunction with this … Continue reading

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Gog and Magog’s Apocalyptic Adventure

Since I still, at least to a certain extent, have apocalypse on the brain, I draw your attention to Revelation 20:7-10. “When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to deceive … Continue reading

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