Monday, March 06, 2006

Notables

* An essential instrument for undergraduates applying for graduate school: the rejection rejection letter (HT: Matthew Mullins).

* Early modern missionary David Brainerd shows by example how to deal with reproof and correction.

* A good paper on common misconceptions of natural law theory:
Kelsen and Aquinas on "the Natural-Law Doctrine" by Robert George

* Archives of the Newsletter of the American Psychological Association's Division 36 are available in PDF online.

* Does Sikh Gurbani suggest an afterlife (including the transmigration usually attributed to the Sikhs in the West)? Such a view is apparently not as well-founded as some in the West have been led to believe.

For some time now there has been a major tug-of-war going on in the field of Sikh Studies; it's a very difficult dispute for an outsider to navigate, but for a reasonably even-handed commentary on a major thread of the dispute, see here.

* In what circle of hell do hypocrites reside? Michael Gilleland has the answer.

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