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Miles Smith IV
Historian of the South & Atlantic World; Carolinian always, Virginian sometimes; love sportsball.
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Miles Smith IV 9h
I've never been a fan but Mike Martin is everything right with college baseball. Legendary career, essence of class.
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Miles Smith IV 9h
father, husband, sailor, Anglican, and sadly a Florida fan. But still among the best of friends. Blessed by this brother and his family.
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Miles Smith IV 11h
Replying to @wyclif @ericmparker
It’s among my favorites.
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Miles Smith IV 11h
Father, husband, sailor, Texan, Christian, and Best of friends for. Thankful for three years w this brother. Also this picture is totes goofy and I don’t care.
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Miles Smith IV 11h
Replying to @ericmparker
Some of this may come down to the fact that Newman unfortunately overshadows other members of the movement. James Bowling Mozley wasn't a closet papist.
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Miles Smith IV 11h
"The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free..."
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Miles Smith IV 11h
Beautiful summation of the Gospel by Dr. Kim.
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Miles Smith IV 13h
Replying to @ehutchinson1513
I should create an app that does famous novel and liquor pairings
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Miles Smith IV 14h
Only the most important books get packed in this...
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Miles Smith IV 17h
Replying to @booksandbbq
2/ histories of different sects. Yes Baptists and Presbyterians and others might have "talked" more about emancipation before ca 1830, but they weren't rabid anti-slavery. No one was.
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Miles Smith IV 17h
Replying to @booksandbbq
1/ IMHO I don't think there is a "shift" so much as it is people applied existing doctrines more acutely to their own context. The hagiography surrounding the Revolutionary generation has led people to overstate their commitment to emancipation. And that has seeped into the
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Miles Smith IV 18h
Pentecostalism is the recipe for the worst sort of ecclesiological and spiritual tyranny.
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Miles Smith IV 18h
The discovery that Knox believed in prelates never fails to terrify some.
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Miles Smith IV 18h
It’s been known to happen
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Miles Smith IV 18h
The “move” of the Spirit is a phraseology that no Anglican before 1930 would recognize.
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Miles Smith IV 20h
Yep. If you’re junior faculty, at an institution with serious financial issues, you should probably start thinking about what you would do if you didn’t have your job.
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Jeremy McLellan Jan 8
Missing from nearly all discussions of “why aren’t millennials having babies” is the fact that the thick, local, extended family—which *drastically* reduces the financial and emotional cost of having children—has almost completely collapsed in the West, particularly among whites.
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Miles Smith IV 21h
Me: I really need to downsize my library. This is out of control. Also me, realizing I may have enough money saved to afford movers: I’m keeping my books
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