Got an email from someone in marketing at Reader’s Digest Trade Books today. It’s the first direct contact I’ve had with them. Up til now, all communication had been through my London publisher, Quarto. They needed author’s photos for their Winter catalogue and sales kits.

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About R.P. Nettelhorst

I'm married with three daughters. I live in southern California and I'm a deacon at Quartz Hill Community Church. I spent a couple of summers while I was in college working on a kibbutz in Israel. In 2004, I was a volunteer with the Ansari X-Prize at the winning launches of SpaceShipOne. Member of Society of Biblical Literature, American Academy of Religion, and The Authors Guild
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  1. Ocham says:

    Hello. Apologies for leaving a comment that is unconnected with your post. I have a question about a claim you make here

    http://www.theology.edu/logic/logic19.htm

    You say “”If the original body of evidence really does warrant the inference that all men are mortal, it is certainly sufficient to warrant the inference that the duke of Wellington is mortal, given that he is a man. In other words, if we really are justified in the move from particular observations to the general proposition, and from there to new particulars, we would be equally justified in moving directly “from particulars to particulars.””

    Are you sure that is correct?

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