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100 Would You Rather Questions

  1.  Would you rather go into the past and meet your ancestors or go into the future and meet your great-great grandchildren?  Great great grandchildren 
  2.  Would you rather have more time or more money?
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Life

The False Dilemma Fallacy: Either read this post or “wonder till it drives you mad…

…what would have happened if you had.”

Have you ever had someone tell you that we shouldn’t focus on the law but on Christ?  Have you ever been asked to choose between peanut butter and jelly? 267 more words

Logic

Either, Or

Exposed soul, openness never felt so good,

I had forgotten how it felt to be true.

To have all secrets and lies push a side, 159 more words

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99. When to Use “whether ... or ...”

“Whether … or …” may show indirect questions, denied conditions, or a pair of simple alternatives

THE VARIABILITY OF “whether … or … “ 1,194 more words

Academic And Professional Writing

Just Going Back and Forth, What About You?

“This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh. For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other; so that ye cannot do the things that ye would.” – Galatians 5:16-17 (KJV) 458 more words

Jesus

Meeting Kierkegaard (Bonus: Nietzsche Notes)

1. Why is Kierkegaard considered the first existentialist?

Existentialists, in general, believe that life surrounds around the idea of “choice” or “free will”. Kierkegaard is considered the father of existentialism because he accepts that truth is subjective and is famously quoted for saying that “truth is subjectivity, and subjectivity is truth.” More specifically, Kierkegaard’s philosophy focuses on how one lives as a “single individual”. 1,197 more words

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