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A Royalty Of One. We Only Rule Ourselves

“Jesus Christ knew he was God. So wake up and find out eventually who you really are.” – Alan Watts

Philosopher Alan Watts delivers one of my favorite lectures of his; a deep and fascinating talk about the nature of Jesus Christ and his message for all humankind.

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Freedom and Respect for Civil Authority

American Council of Christian Churches
75th Annual Convention, October 18-20, 2016
Faith Baptist Church, Kittery, Maine
“Resolution on Freedom and Respect for Civil Authority”

Two hundred and fifteen years ago this month, the Danbury Baptist Association authorized… 699 more words


Palliative Care: What Catholics Should Know

Since the legalization of medical assistance in dying (MAID), there is an increasing need to be informed of our rights, choices and current treatments in palliative care. 2,388 more words

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On Bulldozing the Human Conscience

Yesterday the Appeal Court in Belfast ruled against Ashers Bakery which had refused to bake and ice a cake with the words, ‘Support Gay Marriage’.  The Bakery’s proprietor, Daniel McArthur argued that he was entitled to refuse to act in a way that violated his religious beliefs.  420 more words

Are You Gay? Take our Simple Cake Test

Doubtless you will by now have heard about the gay cake which was the centre of a controversy recently in Northern Ireland.  If you haven’t, the story goes like this: gay couple ask Christian bakers to make cake.   377 more words


This Is Not A Phobia: How the Candidates Could’ve Answered the Debate’s Inevitable “Islamophobia” Question

A phobia is an irrational fear. There is nothing irrational in America’s concerns about Islam.

CounterJihad, October 11, 2016:

An important question came up in Sunday night’s debate.   1,009 more words

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Beware this jailer of freedom ... and enemy of growth

“We cannot expect that all nations will adopt like systems – for conformity is the jailer of freedom, and the enemy of growth.” ~ John F. 1,208 more words