Category Archives: Book Review

THE TYRANNY OF THE MAJORITY (Posted 3rd Time)

Reason for latest repost:  This comment: mastersamwisesays: July 23, 2015 at 7:34 pm You would rely on the charity of a people that Alexis De Tocqueville described as practicing “self interest rightly understood?” It is an inescapable aspect of human … Continue reading

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RERUN: WHAT DO THE WORD “GAY” AND THE REBEL FLAG HAVE IN COMMON WITH HERESY?

Note:  I originally published this post on April 8, 2014.  Due to current events, the post has been getting quite a few hits.  So, to make it easy, here it is. A Book Review I just finished reading A World on … Continue reading

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OF TWISTED WORDS => SECULAR

It was only after I posted it I realized I had made a mistake. When I posted BECOMING SECULAR, I should have added it to the series I had started, OF TWISTED WORDS. How have we twisted the word “secular?” Well, … Continue reading

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A THOUGHT FOR MEMORIAL DAY: WHEN FINALLY FREED, HOW DID THEY FEEL?

Last year, in A Memorial Day Devotion for Christians, we considered why we celebrate Memorial Day. We considered the sacrifice made by those who have fought for our freedom. This year, let’s consider just how precious is the gift of freedom. Let’s … Continue reading

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ANSWERING JESUS’ SKEPTICS — PART 3

In Part 2 of this series (ADDING A BIT OF PERSPECTIVE:  ARE ROMAN CATHOLICS JESUS’ SKEPTICS?), we considered the advisability of giving Roman Catholics a bunch of grief. That’s because many Catholic teachings seem to rely more upon tradition than … Continue reading

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