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Some Final Thoughts on Halloween

Over the past few days, I have posted a few things on my Facebook page regarding how Christians should think about Halloween. The general discussion that has taken place has been focused on whether or not Christians should participate in this holiday. 579 more words

Tim Farley

Octagons and Spiritual Battles

“Mom, how many degrees does an octagon have?”  Noah beamed with pride knowing I probably didn’t know the answer.  I did not.  In fact, after living on this earth for 36 years, it was a question I had never, for one moment, considered.   692 more words

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Why Fibonacci?

I’ve always loved words. Meanings. Order. Science. Nature. Puzzles. Fibonacci poetry combines it all.

I find that writing Fibonacci poetry distills my thoughts in ways narrative writing cannot do. 345 more words

Fibonacci Poetry

Things in a Christian Worldview No Christians Really Want to Talk About | Deep in the Heart...

You’ve always been warned not to talk about religion and politics.  Well, the term “Christian Worldview” gets thrown around a lot these days, and I’ve discovered that when it is used, few people really know what it means. 170 more words

Our Role in the World

What is the Christian’s responsibility in the world? This may seem like an easy question at first, but it is one that has been debated for ages. 222 more words

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Random Contemplations About Christian Education...

It has been a while since I posted last.  This has proven to be a very busy season of life, so I must admit that posts will not come as often as I would like. 142 more words

Christian Worldview

The Jacob Aitken Reading List: “the ePistemologian’s Progress”

A portion of it, anyway.

I found this list on Facebook – it appears to be a list of “things to read” before the year 2020. 117 more words

John Bugay