User diatheke

Member for: 1 year (since Nov 9, 2018)
Type: Registered user
Full name: Russell L. Harris
Location: central Texas

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Score: 3,360 points (ranked #2)
Questions: 20 (1 with best answer chosen)
Answers: 46 (1 chosen as best)
Comments: 29
Voted on: 56 questions, 10 answers
Gave out: 6 up votes, 60 down votes
Received: 4 up votes, 1 down vote

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The man who listens to a debate, thinking it a mechanism for the discovery of truth, has less discernment that his neighbour who watches a televised wrestling bout, thinking it a contest of athletic skill.
Aug 26 by diatheke
It was not with the deposition, circa A.D. 476, of Romulus Augustulus, the last Roman emperor, that Rome fell.  Rome fell the day in which Pilate, intimidated and seeking to preserve his own office, bowed to the demand of the Jewish rabble, that Christ Jesus be crucified.
Jun 21 by diatheke
Uttered by lips speaking from behind a mask, the admonition "FEAR NOT!" rings empty.
Jun 17 by diatheke
He who interrupts a face-to-face conversation in order to answer his telephone is a boor and a fool.
Nov 18, 2019 by diatheke
A man is hung, not for stealing a horse, but, that horses may not be stolen.
Nov 5, 2019 by diatheke
Asked "What is the essence of the Gospel?" the Protestant replies, "Jesus Saves"; the Christian replies, "Jesus Reigns!"
Jun 23, 2019 by diatheke
It is the Sheep who bear the cost of mercy extended to the Wolf.  The Lord Christ calls the Shepherd not only to feed the Sheep, but also to guard the Sheep against the Predator.
May 8, 2019 by diatheke
Old fishermen never die; they just smell that way.
Apr 23, 2019 by diatheke
Freedom is not free; free men are not equal; equal men are not free.
Apr 23, 2019 by diatheke
The power to constrain vocabulary is the power to control thought.
Apr 23, 2019 by diatheke