Category Archives: Christian philosophy

A Very Long, Long Answer

This post is much longer than I had anticipated. Some may think it tedious. But I felt compelled to fully express my thoughts as I sought to answer a particular comment. I sincerely hope that there is someone who reads … Continue reading

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Politics Or Morals?

Certain “political” issues aren’t really political, as much as they are moral. Slavery was a huge issue in its day, with proponents defending their cause behind concepts such as economic need, property rights and State’s rights. But essentially, slavery is … Continue reading

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Death To America

Got your attention?  Death to America isn’t something I wish.  It’s something I have heard others say and it’s something we see happening before our very eyes.  Just as when any organism dies, we are witnessing the breakdown and failure of life-giving … Continue reading

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The Purpose Of The Church

Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California has given us the terms purpose-driven church and the purpose-driven life. His books have made a significant impact not only on how Christian leaders look at church growth, but on how we see … Continue reading

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Puzzling Reality

As I was trying to solve a “Hard” crossword puzzle, I came across this clue for a five-letter word: “Hadrons’ superiors”. Unable to figure it out, I looked up the answer, which was “atoms”. Atoms? I didn’t get it. So … Continue reading

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Does God Exist? — Part Two

Everyone has his opinion.  And everyone has a right to his opinion.  But in an enlightened world, we should not be content to simply vilify our opponents or rant like Yosemite Sam.  The confluence of opposing opinions should invite informed … Continue reading

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Learning How To Think

In a comment to my article, The Heart Has Its Reasons, “Newheart” at Free Republic wrote that the trend I first noticed in the 60s of society moving away from reason and focusing on pleasure “…was the widespread coming to … Continue reading

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