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February 17, 2010


Richard L. Floyd

Thanks, Jim, for alerting us to this new translation of an important Christian writer.

And thanks to Wikipedia, I now know what a Fibonacci is!

Jim Gordon

Hello Again Rick. Sorry about the Fibonacci non explanation. I did explain what it was all about some time ago (December 22, 2008 for example), but you probably hadn't started coming by the blog then. I like doing them because it is a very demanding way of cutting out the unnecessary and clarifying what matters. It's also fun, and can produce a quite different take on things. I also play around with Haiku, some of which get onto the blog - same reasons - fun and the discipline of multum in parvo.

But another thought - have you ever compared the atonement theology, and optimistic eschatology of Julian with Forsyth's atonement theology and sense of sense of the consummatrion of all things in a way that fully satisfies the holy love of God. I think there's work to be done there!

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