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Net Neutrality: "Brother, You Asked For It!" today at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET)

During today’s show we’ll discuss FCC’s self-proclaimed “enactment” of new rules governing the Internet. Other topics also planned, as time permits, including a book, “The One Thing,” that I recently listened to. 293 more words

Don't Let It Go...Unheard

Shall Women Be Silent?

Shall Women Be Silent?

Our purpose here is to explain why 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 doesn’t mean that women should forever be silent in church.  The scripture appears to forbid women speaking in church but today it is common practice.    1,404 more words

Christian Women

Sliding into Complementarianism

I was raised as an egalitarian without realizing it. That may sound funny to you, but I never thought of the way that I was being trained as “anti-Biblical” or even liberal. 555 more words

Church Life

The Measles Outbreak and American Anti-intellectualism

Ayn Rand wrote, “You can avoid reality, but you can’t avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”

As of February 20, 2015, 154 cases of measles… 898 more words


Is Feminism the same as Egalitarianism?

Feminism has become, to some extent, a word that people have become afraid to use in fear of being labeled as a ‘feminazi’ – which is a word used to describe overly radical feminists who say things like ‘all men are rapists’ and the like. 1,159 more words


Quote of the Week: Robert H. Dierker Jr., "The Tyranny of Tolerance"

In The Time Machine, H. G. Wells hypothesized a world after what amounted to nuclear war. There were two strains to the populace, the Eloi and the Morlocks. 140 more words


So Much More, p. 63-74 – Part 3: Is Patriocentricity, Misandry?

“A&E” refers to Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin, authors of So Much More. I chose the abbreviation to save space and time.

This rant post has been stewing, brewing and in general rattling around in my brain for a long time now – in fact, long before I started reviewing… 2,193 more words