The Most Controversial Bloggernacle Post in the 6,000-Year History of the World. This Week, at Least.

Historicity.

Comments

  1. Disturbing.

  2. A Happy Hubby says:

    Disturbing maybe, but the videography was stunning.

  3. I don’t get it.

  4. Jenny Evans says:

    Sorry, made me think of the theme song from Charlie Brown. And you can’t really get less controversial than Charlie Brown.

  5. Character development was somewhat lacking. Otherwise, a predictable Aristotelian narrative.

  6. Larry the Cable Guy says:

    Synchronicity

  7. His agony was gorgeous.

  8. @mrwinevirgin: I imagine it’s because the post uttered but a single word: “Historicity.”

    Another blog had a post on historicity a week ago. The comments give you a sense of why historicity is a hot topic.

    http://timesandseasons.org/index.php/2015/02/figs-and-history/

  9. A hollow voice says ‘PLUGH’.

  10. Count me as disappointed. I thought for sure that BYU-I had announced to a new online-only major.

  11. It means the MoTab has taken a sudden interest in polyrhythms and jazz harmony. #scandalous

  12. Perfect metaphor. That guy plays “outside” almost continuously.

  13. YOU ARE WRONG. I CARBON-DATED THAT ORANGE ROCK AND IT’S MORE THAN 6000 YEARS OLD.

  14. Cynthia, 6,000 years here, 4.5 billion years there, whatever. This is still controversial! (Not as much as equating Vince Guaraldi and Vijay Iyer—both of whom I love—which rachets the controversy up to 11.)

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