Category Archives: Religion

What’s a Real Apology?

Apologies are real, genuine, when they are sincere, and take unambiguous full responsibility for words and actions, so that their victim can see, and appreciate, that the person who wronged them cares about wronging them. Only then, when the victim … Continue reading

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The Primary Scripture!

​If I could pick one verse from scripture, and claim that everything else – not just scripture, but everything else – should take account of it, this would be the one: “The Lord created me [Wisdom] at the beginning of … Continue reading

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​Rural Folks Voted for Trump Because He is BAD!

“The difference between Republicans and Democrats is that Republicans believe people are fundamentally bad, while Democrats see people as fundamentally good,” said Mr. Watts, [That’s JC Watts, not James Watts the Reagan Secretary of the Interior] who was in the … Continue reading

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When a Church is Not a Church!

State Police alerted after Nazareth College students of Muslim faith attend Penfield church “After their student status was confirmed, the police dropped the matter.” Was this necessary? Was even checking the students story necessary? I have been to this Church … Continue reading

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Latifundism and the Jubilee Year

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Comment on Pragmatism that Missed the Boat at the New York Times

You caught my interest straightaway by calling yourself “Pragmatist” and you fulfill it in saying, “In Trump, they see someone who doesn’t care about religion, but is more likely to support their views if it elects him.” You immediately go on … Continue reading

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Prayer in Schools: Chris Matthews’ Guest, Libertarian Matt Kibbe, Evades the Issue with Sophistry

When asked if children should be subjected to religious views or practices not their own, Mr. Kibbe said that government should not be involved. Mr. Matthews anticipated incorrectly that Mr. Kibbe meant the Federal government, but Mr. Kibbe objected to … Continue reading

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