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Why there never can be an online Church

While there are a lot of helpful things we can do online as members of Jesus’ Church, it can never be the local church. I personally love writing and blogging, but make no mistake about it, nothing can replace actual … Continue reading

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Following Jesus versus Identity Politics

I shared last week why I’m not political. What I really don’t like about politics is what it’s become, especially in what’s been dubbed, “identity politics.” I don’t like it when it comes from either the political left or right. … Continue reading

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Why I’m not political

As I said in several times past, I am not political. I used to be, but I’m not anymore. I personally believe that politics, at least in its current form, is broken and not serving our best interests. And I’m … Continue reading

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Jordan Peterson: the problem with atheist’s explanation of morality

Jordan Peterson has been a voice of clarity in a culture adrift in the morass of nihilistic subjectivism and identity confusion. In the following video clip he gives us a very informed and concise reason for the problem he has … Continue reading

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Marxism, Artificial Intelligence, and Postmodernism

I’m going to go a little off-topic today to share something controversial but I think important. Jordan Peterson has made an interesting connection between Marxism, artificial intelligence, and postmodernism in the video interview below. I’m always interested in where we … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

One of my favorites. Deserves a re-post! Beannachtaí na Féile Páraic oraibh! (“St. Patrick’s Day blessings upon you!” in Gaelic)

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How Christendom gave us Secularism

In my last post, it was suggested that I was taking common human experiences, like love, beauty, art, and awe, and assigning them to God. It’s assumed in the accusation that there’s some inviolable separation between them. Interestingly, we owe … Continue reading

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