Category Archives: Religion and Government

A Friend’s Rant

A facebook friend posted the following political statement that I found interesting. I have modified slightly (my changes in square brackets)… I’m curious; post back what party you think this person supports. I really don’t care either way, but I … Continue reading

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Egypt

I actually read Joel’s post before Jim’s impassioned thoughts showed up in my reader. And coming home this evening I read this post by Brian. A lot to think about. I’ll be honest, after reading Joel’s post I wanted to … Continue reading

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The Ten Commandments

This post is in response to a post by Jeremy. I would have commented inline, but my comments are simply too long. Ah, well. Feel free to skip this post if you think it is not worth the length. Here … Continue reading

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hardness

I was reading this post, which reminded me that we are constantly asking the wrong questions and thereby proposing the wrong answers. The post addressed the morality of abortion and government’s role in legislating it. This is not really a … Continue reading

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Are We Getting Better?

I’ve been having discussions that have caused me to do a lot of thinking about the idea that we are “getting better” as a society, as humanity.  C.S. Lewis referred to this as “chronological snobbery”. And whether you are the … Continue reading

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