So far in Genesis, we've been following the adventures of Biblical patriarch Abraham, but now it's time to return to his ne'er do well nephew Lot. When last we looked in on Lot, he'd just been captured by one of the four powers who fought against a coalition of five nations led by the King … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Sodom and Gomorrah
A. R. THOMPSON, FEB. 1, 1885 H. J. THOMPSON & J. R. THOMPSON 1892 OR 1895 Both carvings are located at the railings, as one is ascending or descending, and the carving for A. R. Thompson is right on top of that of H. J. and J. R. Thompson. The date of A. R. Thompson's … Continue reading The Carvings on Stone Mountain, Part 3
I believe they're calling it the Ponce City Market now, but I'll always remember it as City Hall East, or the old Sears Roebuck building. When I was in the Atlanta Jaycees in the 90s, we'd volunteer with the Empty Stocking Fund, at their Santa's Workshop which was set up here. Across the street is … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, City Hall East, 25 December 2014
I've posted photos from outside Manuel's before, but this one is from the North Avenue side, and isn't blocked by wires or phone poles.
Genesis 15 through 18 concerns itself with Abram's covenant with YHWH, which is first revealed to Abram in a vision. Abram is skeptical, since he has no sons to inherit anything, and any rewards would need to be bestowed on his distant relatives. In Genesis 15 YHWH spends most of the time convincing Abram that … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Abraham’s Covenant
I believe the gray building on the left used to be Mick's in the 80s. This was the first place I had swordfish, and, I believe, cappuccino.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Goat Sketch. Many thanks to Decent Humans for filming this! Be sure to check out their other work as well.