Daily Archives: February 25, 2019

Introverted Evangelism – not an oxymoron!

Originally posted on Enough Light:
It has been a while, but I have blogged twice about introverts and evangelism: Introverted Evangelism -and- The Introverts Strike Back.  See those posts to get the idea, but too often only extroverted evangelism methods…

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Universal Pre-K Is a Bad Idea

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
Here is why universal pre-K is a very bad idea. The whole point of pre-K is to facilitate women being in the workplace, right? Workplace can mean two things. One is a career and…

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Is the Resurrection special? — Triablogue

Christian apologists often treat the Resurrect as if that’s a uniquely important miracle. In one sense that’s true, in another sense that’s not the case. Many apologists focus on the Resurrection for two reasons;i) They think that’s the best-attested miracle. … Continue reading

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Stalin on Roosevelt’s “New Deal” and Reforming Capitalism

Originally posted on Socialist Musings:
“The United States is pursuing a different aim from that which we are pursuing in the USSR. The aim which the Americans are pursuing arose out of the economic troubles, out of the economic crisis.…

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Book Review: Understanding Fundamentalism And Evangelicalism

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Understanding Fundamentalism And Evangelicalism, by George M. Marsden It was not until getting to near the end of this book that I really appreciated it.  As someone who is on the outskirts of both…

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Book Review: The Twilight Of The American Enlightenment

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
The Twilight Of The American Enlightenment:  The 1950s And The Crisis Of Liberal Belief, by George M. Marsden As someone who has long appreciated the divide between left and right, I found this book…

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Book Review: Fundamentalism And American Culture

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Fundamentalism And American Culture, by George M. Marsden I do not believe there is a large market for a book like this one.  That is not to say in any way that this book…

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