I stumbled upon Scripture, revelation, and Platonism in C.S. Lewis by Andrew Walker. I finally had time to read it today. The first 15 pages or so are pretty good. In them, he describes Lewis’ six categories of revelation: the numinous,
I recently got the Loeb edition of Xenophon‘s works on Socrates. It’s pretty good, especially because the Greek, despite being old, is readable if you know Koine. I like Xenophon’s Socrates more than Plato’s.
For book club, we’re reading a story about General Lee during the Civil War called, The Gray Fox. It’s good so far. I’ve been listening to the audiobook on Hoopla. Lee was a man of unironic eloquence and it’s a shame I hadn’t read more about him earlier.
Here’s an interesting Twitter thread about trying to replace animal foods as the caloric staple in the human diet. I’ve read a few of the cited articles over the past few years. It’s an interesting counter-point to the relatively consistent
Thread: HEALTH RISKS OF 'PLANT-BASED' DIETS— Frédéric Leroy (@fleroy1974) September 2, 2018
L Keith, ex-vegan, talks about how her diet led to catastrophy on the long run: https://t.co/eGkUrtOs0e
For ex-vegans on twitter with similar stories, see https://t.co/eBbfOOCSnf – also check out @SBakerMD's #meatheals