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Doctors, Diagnoses and Days

by Fred Marx

Before I retired, there wasn’t time enough to add something to my life, even if that something was important and I ached to do it. 673 more words

Life As I Know It

Essay: Why Justification Still Matters

In less than half a year, we will be approaching the 500th anniversary of Luther’s nailing of the 95 Theses to the castle church door in Wittenberg, which is traditionally regarded as the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. 147 more words

Luis Dizon

Literature, Fiction & Non

Here’s the few that made their way to the top of the legendary Great Pile of Books™. One of my data science projects is to create a MySQL database of the 1500+ volumes and put in on the web. 144 more words

WiseAcre

Debate: James White vs. Joe Ventilacion (Who is God?)

Having come from the Philippines, the Iglesia ni Cristo is not an unknown name to me. They are the second largest religious group in the Philippines, after the Roman Catholic Church. 1,135 more words

Luis Dizon

Catholic Health Association Affirms Transgender Care

The Catholic Health Association of the USA has been publishing several articles about transgender care in a Catholic setting that will be reassuring to the 1 in 6 people in the US that depend on catholic hospitals for their healthcare and may have a transgender person in their family. 211 more words

Theology / Philosophy

BEING AND NOTHINGNESS-2017

I recently finished John Tettemer’s book “I Was a Monk”. The true story of a man who enters the Passionate society of monks within the Catholic church, works his way to a Counselor General in Rome, and resigns his vows after 25 years. 518 more words

On Faith

There’s a type of rhetoric I don’t like, which makes having faith in G-d seem irrational. It wins by a straw-man by defining faith as weakly as possible.   178 more words