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Daily Archives: April 29, 2013
On Reading Atheist Blogs
This will be somewhat of a rambling post. I was reading a blog post by Rebecca Hamilton recently, Why Don’t Christian Bashers Ever Get Tired of Themselves?, in which she criticizes atheist blogs. I like Rebecca because (well) she reads … Continue reading
Seize the Moment 4
I finished Richard Nixon’s 1992 book, Seize the Moment: America’s Challenge in a One-Superpower World. In this post, I’ll comment on three quotes from the book. 1. On page 290, Nixon says the following about entitlements: “Today, we are witnessing … Continue reading
Posted in Health Care, Political Philosophy, Politics Comments Off on Seize the Moment 4
“Your beliefs should be in line with your pastor’s”, the leader of a Bible study group I was in said in the group’s first meeting of the school year. “I believe in church authority, so the minister has a right … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Church, Daily Quiet Time, Joshua, Life, Religion, School Tagged bible study group, human-rights, leadership, Politics, Religion, theology Comments Off on Respecting Authority