Perhaps you have heard the ancient maxim about the relationship between the Old and New Testaments, often attributed to Augustine: “The New is in the Old concealed, and the Old is in the New revealed.” The unity of the two Testaments is upheld through typology, which discerns in God’s works of the Old Testament prefigurations of what He accomplished in the fullness of time in the Person of His incarnate Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. It has been said that the best way to study the Bible is to “look for Jesus.”
Once upon a time, a community greatly benefited from the heroic and unselfish act of one of its citizens.
One of the questions that puzzled mission scientists before Curiosity landed in Gale Crater on Mars was how there could be a 3.4-mile-high mountain in the middle of an impact crater.
We are one glum country.
Walla Walla Community College is committed to supporting the use of the Common Core standards as preparation for K-12 students bridging to successful participation in higher education.
In November, I attended two college conferences, one was at Washington State University and the other at Eastern Washington State University.
What makes the Walla Walla economy tick? The short answer is: Not just one industry, thankfully.
While we all enjoyed the turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and all the trimmings on Thanksgiving, fewer of us today are directly involved in producing the agricultural products we consume each day.
You may have noticed the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. You may have also noticed the sun appears to be moving south, getting closer to the southern horizon each day.
December is a time of joyous musical celebration. This month I focus, as I have long wished, on a single composer.
As winter sets in and the days — and nights — get colder, a warm, merry fire in the hearth cheers the hearts of most.
Given all the words and images devoted to the midterm elections over the past few weeks, you’d think the results had told us something vital about the future of the country. In reality, they were just a curtain-raiser. It’s the next few weeks and months that really matter.
Jim Greene saw it coming midway in the season.
s we approach this year’s Thanksgiving, the old song about this time of year that for most of my life didn’t seem to fit might actually apply this year. You know the song with its words, “Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go ...” This year we might actually have snow — doubtfully enough for a horse-drawn sleigh or that many of us have those any more, but the early snow might put us in more of a mood for Thanksgiving.
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