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Top Posts & Pages
- "You Prayed and Believed Your WHOLE Life..."
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- More on Christ in the Rig Veda (With a Question Mark)
- About Me
- Charlene's Story
- George Foot Moore, "Christian Writers on Judaism"
- The Accused
- Maccabees and Suicide
- Reactions to Sybil (2008)
- Being Single at Churches
- Jeroboam, Elijah, Ezra, and Abraham: Hinduism and the Bible
- “You Prayed and Believed Your WHOLE Life…”
- Gaza Power Plant Attacked By Israeli Tank Fire, Knocking Out Electricity To Gaza City
- Envious of the Saved by the Bell Characters?
- Pagnini and the welfare state
- Book Write-Up: How to Pick Up a Stripper, and Other Acts of Kindness
- Reaching Across the Aisle
- Does God Have a Plan for People’s Lives?
- I Chronicles 20
Category Archives: Intelligent Quotes
On Rachel Held Evans’ site, there is an excellent post by Erin Thomas on Embracing Faith As an Aspie. The post is excellent, as were many of the comments. But my favorite comment was by lainiep: “As an aspie female … Continue reading
In an online discussion, Jay Gilbert made the following insightful comment about the Chick-Fil-A controversy and how government officials in Boston and Chicago are treating the business: “I fully support boycotting the restaurant (I have for years), but I think … Continue reading
I have two insightful quotes for today. 1. Ezra Klein, Is the Obama administration the best vehicle for conservative health care ideas? “The fact of the matter is that the key policy ideas that reigned over conservative health-care policy thinking … Continue reading
Here are some quotes for the day! 1. Rachel Held Evans is looking for feedback about topics that she should cover for her blog. I especially liked Katy-Anne’s comment (which I have slightly edited in my quotation of it): “I … Continue reading
Kathy Escobar has a good post, Ex-Good-Christian-Women, in which she talks about the burden Christian women carry of having to meet (presumably certain evangelical) expectations of what it means to be a good Christian woman. Kathy then asks if men … Continue reading
On his blog, The Dubious Disciple, Lee Harmon has a book review of Paul Copan’s book, Is God a Moral Monster? Lee was not particularly convinced by Copan’s attempt to smooth over some of the troubling passages of the Bible, … Continue reading
In a recent post, moderate blogger Carson T. Clark characterizes a lot of Christian apologetics as follows: “Generally speaking I can’t stand the self-assuredness, snooty condescension, intellectual pride, defensive posturing, offensive aggression, judgmental tenor, graceless attitude, petty one-upmanship, scriptural proof-texting, … Continue reading