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“I’m good” has become quite the humorous way to buffer a “No!” When asked if we want something, the negative response is “I’m good.” Such as, “Do you want a coffee?” “I’m good.” Or, “Let’s walk on the ice over that lake!” “I’m good.” … 448 more words

Changing moral law

Everybody who overthrew the existing moral law has hitherto, at least in the beginning, been considered a wicked man; but when afterwards, as sometimes happened, the old law could not be re-established and had to be abandoned, the epithet was gradually changed. 26 more words

Friedrich Nietzsche

Catholic Daily Message for the Feast of Saint Catherine de Ricci (13 Feb 2015)

The 8th of the 10 commandments says, “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.” This means that we must not lie to our fellow human beings. 587 more words

Daily Messages

I do not ask that you take them out of the world, but that you keep them from the evil one. John 17:15.

Monday, all three “major” networks focused their morning news coverage with the gay marriage issue going on in Alabama. Chief Justice Roy Moore (of the Ten Commandments in the courthouse fame) made a ruling not popular with the homosexual community and all those who have swallowed their cool-aid. 894 more words

Missional Church

“You've Ruined My Life, Professor Craig!!”

Dear Professor Craig,

My name is Adam. I am an atheist, and have been one ever since I can remember. I was brought up in the Roman Catholic church, but could never really say that I held any theistic beliefs with any sincerity. 461 more words


#5 - The Conscience: Friend or Foe?

For March 21, 2014

Three or four weeks ago, a window kept popping up on my MacBook asking for the password to my account with Apple. 78 more words

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Not that I think you have to believe in God to be a good person, but a while back I wondered if Martin Luther King, Jr. 179 more words

Philosophical Musings