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WHAT IS CIVICS? — PART 1

Civic Virtue Here is an interesting word. civics (n.)“study of the rights and responsibilities of a citizen,” 1886, originally American English, from civic, by analogy withpolitics (see -ics). Wikipedia has a couple of interesting articles on this subject. Civics includes a Criticism of … Continue reading

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ANSWERING FOLLY: PUBLIC EDUCATION

The “Right” To An Education? Supposedly, we have the right to an education. The right to education is a universal entitlement to education, recognized in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as ahuman right that includes the … Continue reading

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IF WE SAY WE HAVE NOT SINNED

Religious persecution is nothing new. As far back as we know, people have violently denigrated each others beliefs. In our arrogance, we can insist that the mere fact another disagrees with us offend us. Then we can “rightfully” destroy the … Continue reading

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JESUS NEVER GAVE THEM WHAT THEY WANTED — PART 5B

This is the sixth and the final post in a series of posts that proposes to answer the following question. Can you name a single thing Jesus said which was genuinely new, original, or useful? We had The Presentation Of The Question in part 1. If … Continue reading

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IS CHRISTIANITY PATRIARCHAL?

I am guilty of liking to blog to much, and I must admit the problem is serious (see 3 Ways To Make Your Blog an Idol). Fortunately, I don’t think the Good Lord will allow me too good at it. Just the … Continue reading

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