Tag Archives: stereotypes

Super-Duper Superficial

I’m inclined to think that, as humans, we all have somewhat of a tendency to be superficial. It’s not fair, but it’s incredibly common. What I’m particularly interested in here, however, is how people will mix superficial complaints in with … Continue reading

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Reaching Across the Aisle

The Acts of Simon Magus in the First Century AD: A Search in Secret Egypt, by Glendenning Cram – I read a review copy of this after the author commented on my blog post on Simon Magus, and announced that … Continue reading

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In Stereotypes, Where Available

I was checking Jack Chick’s website the other day for his utterly ridiculous comic about how Catholics invented Islam, and I noticed there were two new featured tracts! Well, I hesitate to say they’re actually “new,” as a lot of … Continue reading

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