1. The key verse that impressed me was Colossians 3:2, which says: Set
your minds on things above, not on earthly things.
2. What this verse means is that all people should focus on heavenly things
instead of the things that wont last
Book Title The Apology of Socrates_
1. The first thing justice demands, then,
men of Athens, is that I defend myself
from the first false accusations made
against me and from my first accusers, and
then from the later accusations and the
The Confessions by Augustine
1. Who was Saint Augustine? Give a brief overview of his life.
2. When did he live? What else was occurring at the time?
3. What was the world like into
Circumambulate: To walk around (something).
Augustine probably circumambulated the garden pondering Pauls letters.
Perambulate: To walk through (something).
Augustine probably perambulated the doorways to enter the orchard.
Expeditionary: Sent on or designed for military operations abroad.
Soldiers will be expeditionary to Mexico in the future I bet.
Millipede: Any of numerous herbivorous nonpoisonous arthropods having a
cylindrical body of 20 to 100 or more
The Wedding of Aeneas and Lavinia
7 They start to plan the wedding
6 It will be delightful
7 And it will be in heaven
6 With doves that are peaceful
7 They will wed at the altar
6 By the goddess of love
7 The details are finished
6 They say bye from above
Summary: Paul, an apostle of God, wrote a letter to the saints who are in
Ephesus, and are faithful in Christ Jesus. Paul writes to the believers saying
how they have been blessed by God because they are adopted sons through
Jesus Christ and i
Deploy- To position troops in readiness for combat, as along a front or line.
God did not deploy troops to attack the Galatians for being sinful.
Implicate- To connect or involve in an unfavorable or criminal way with
Paul did n
Desalinate- Remove salt from.
At least Aristotle did not desalinate an ocean.
Bibber- One given to drinking alcoholic beverages too freely; a tippler.
Aristotle was not a bibber so far as we know.
Illusive- Based on or having the nature of
Countermand- Revoke: cancel officially.
I bet some of the churches Paul wrote to countermanded some of the things
he had written.
Legerdemain- Magic trick.
Paul did not do any legerdemains.
Manumission- The formal act of freeing from slave
Major-domo- One who makes arrangements or directs affairs for another.
Socrates was a major domo when trying to find out if he was the smartest person.
Demesne- A district; a territory.
Socrates was the smartest man in his demesne.