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To Save Some

Monday, September 22, 2014

“…I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some” (1 Corinthians 9:22b KJV).

We do what we can to reach the lost for Christ, but remember we will only… 329 more words

Jesus Christ

Earworm of 09/21/14

It wasn’t too long ago that I first heard the term “earworm”. I was surprised, once it was defined, at the strength of the imagery it carried. 348 more words

Eagles

How can we eradicate evil?

From the beginning of time, there has been evil.

What is evil?

The opposite of good, some would say.  But to eradicate anything not good would be to remove free will which is what evil is. 318 more words

Enlightenment

Free will persists even if your brain made you do it

The free will debate has been going on for millenia and, like most philosophical debates, shows little chance of being settled anytime soon.  A significant part of the debate is definitional: what do we mean when we say “free will.”  We can argue endlessly about what the term… 660 more words

Philosophy

S.E. Koonin: Climate Science Is Not Settled

The crucial scientific question for policy isn’t whether the climate is changing. That is a settled matter: The climate has always changed and always will. Geological and historical records show the occurrence of major climate shifts, sometimes over only a few decades.

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Political Theater

starting thoughts on free will, and the connection to Identity

*Key: Present = the immediate state of consciousness and thought
Everywhole = mind + brain + body + consciousness. What physically counts as you and what lies within. 273 more words

Philosophy

Free Will

Edwards defines the will as the mind choosing. Free will has commonly been defined as the equal ability under certain circumstance, to choose either of two courses of action. 2,145 more words

Author Of Sin