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The Story of "I Did it My Way" Theme Song of Postmodernism

The famous song “I Did It My Way” (Usually titled just: “My Way”) was written in 1968 at the height of the tumultuous 1960s. 1,439 more words

Philosophy

Flashback Friday: Forgetful Evangelicals And The Entitlement Mentality

Originally posted April 4, 2018

I believe evangelicals of the 21st Century have by and large lost the sense that God has saved us for His honor and glory. 493 more words

Christian Doctrine

The Philosophy of Speed

Paul Virilio (1932-2018) was a French urbanist, cultural theorist, architect, and soldier. In his writings he constantly invents concepts, such as dromology and the integral accident… 1,765 more words

11 Self-Refuting Arguments Against Christian Truth

If you publicly express your faith in Jesus, you will undoubtedly face challenges to your beliefs. This should not surprise us because Jesus told us this would happen. 1,022 more words

Jesus

Good-bye, Roger Scruton

Good-bye, Roger Scruton

Joaquina Pires-O’Brien

It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of Roger Scruton on 12 January 2020, aged 75. 318 more words

Society

I love the Church

I do, I really, really do.

Hi, it’s been awhile. My mild hiatus was a result of holiday celebrations, family shindigs, and much needed time to reflect deeply on 2019. 686 more words

Postmodern Fairy Tales

Postmodern Fairy Tales

Drag queens should read to little kids, I say,
For after all, I ask — what could go wrong?
(For our ideas in little brains to stay, 48 more words

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