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TO WHOM DO WE PRAY? -- PART 1

Is there a God? Are our prayers empty of hope, just delusions for the foolish?

What Do Our Senses Tell Us?

Psalm 19:1-6 New King James Version (NKJV)

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Religion

The Cape Town drought and the primary lesson of Sodom

One of the arguments which the church has largely stopped even trying to defend is the claim that God actively judges nations today. This is a common-place of the Old Testament: the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah is the most blatant example of this, and it is a passing theme in all the major prophets. 867 more words

Theology

our culture of death is killing us

This is a follow up to my last post on gun control. Since that time, I attempted to purchase a rifle. Filled out the online form at the store, and assumed they would tell me there was a waiting period while a thorough background check was done. 640 more words

Blog

COMMON SENSE ACTION FROM CONGRESS?

Please stop and think just how preposterous it is to expect “common sense action” from Congress. Consider some examples of “common sense action” from Congress. 421 more words

Philosophy

America and Guns in the Age of Anxiety

In the wake of another deadly mass shooting incident on American soil, and another outbreak of the shrill, polarized national debate over how to prevent this uniquely American brand of tragedy, I want to bring up an underlying premise that rarely if ever comes up in these discussions. 1,149 more words

Hyperindividualism

Is Boycotting Immoral?

The boycott seems to be the hot topic in the comments section, and because it has received so much criticism, I thought I should say something in its defense. 1,055 more words

Culture War

Girl fight for the lady pond: Feminists protest over decision to let transgender women use ladies-only pool

From Daily Mail: A group of feminists have urged a ban on self-identifying trans women from using a female-only pond on Hampstead Heath in… 406 more words

Liberals/Democrats/Left