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Alchemy, Science, Superstition.

Excerpt from the Preface to Apollogia Alchymiae by R.W. Councell (1925):

“Of the illusions which amuse the childish mind of man, that of Scientific Progress is not the least absurd. 177 more words

Existentialism

The State is dead. Long live the State!

Anarchy. How cool is that?

Yes, anarchy is different from anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, anarcho-capitalism, and good old Hipster Anarchism. They all have two things in common: 435 more words

Conservatism

What if it isn't true?

Todays blog is going to be a little difficult to write.

But thats ok, I am going to write it anyway.

My son is being taught… 1,041 more words

Lifes Lessons

Human gods...

I am very comfortable in praying a known mortal  human being as my god or goddess than unknown god of my mind. God is nothing other than our own inner voice. 62 more words

A Review of N.T. Wright's "The Strange Challenge of Truth"

New Testament scholar N.T. Wright (author of lots of books) gave a lecture last Monday at Oklahoma Christian University. The speech was interesting, so I thought I’d provide a review and response for those who might be interested but weren’t able to be there. 2,939 more words

The Deep End

The Human Slant - Subjective Story Telling

A lesson about our humanity is our propensity to turn the past into propaganda for our preferred view of the present. It may often be the winners who write the history books, but it is also the losers, the embittered, and the angry who spin tales to try to win over others to their position. 42 more words

Christianity

The Use Of The Empirical Method In Economics Is At Best Irrelevant.

The use of empirical methods in economics is like catching the wind with a hammer!

First of all, since humans are subjective and they value any and all things, material and ideal, subjectively there is no way to represent the subjective choices and decisions by the use of a point of data. 304 more words

Divine Economy Theory