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Pornography as an attachment-based dilemma

What does biology and attachment theory have to say about the pandemic of pornography?

Let’s look at these variables one at a time and then all together. 457 more words


the paradox of justice: A (not so theological) thought on criminal justice

Friday night my car window was shattered and my briefcase stolen. The theif(s) got away will all my books for the coming semester and others I was using for supplemental research! 209 more words


Pope Francis - Environmental ethics is social ethics

A sense of deep communion with the rest of nature cannot be real if our hearts lack ten- derness, compassion and concern for our fellow human beings. 116 more words


I bet they don't even see the problem

A Planet Fitness in Michigan cancelled a woman’s membership when she complained about a man, who self-identified as a woman, using the women’s locker room. Apparently, if the person filing the complaint had kept it to herself, a live-and-let-live mentality would have allowed her to continue with business as usual. 517 more words

The Secular Condition

Here are the top eight unwritten rules

Here are the top eight unwritten rules in life everyone should know . . .
1. If you’re not passing someone on the freeway, GET OUT OF THE LEFT LANE. 128 more words


Why the Bible Has Nothing to Say About Gay Marriage

It is now legal for gay couples to be married in all fifty states of America.

I heard about this Supreme Court decision over the weekend, and unsurprisingly, the speaker in church on Sunday morning had something to say about it. 1,398 more words

Social Ethics

Narrative, Counter-Narrative, and Nada-Narrative

The news works in many strange ways, but the oddest that I’ve come to discover is the concept of a single narrative and a counter narrative. 167 more words