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HAVING AND UTILIZING THE MEANS TO THE TRUTH

  Why This Post When I got a comment that began as follows from a commenter who calls himself “scout”, I decided to write this post. Your last comment blazingly illustrates another major difference between our disparate “conservatisms”: the place … Continue reading

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THE LIBERTY AMENDMENTS

I just finished reading Mark Levin‘s latest book, The Liberty Amendments. It is a good book. I don’t agree with all his amendments (like about 8 of the 10), but I think the general approach is sound. I am also … Continue reading

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Easter Week Devotion

A couple of thousand years ago, Christ Jesus paid the price for our sins. Because we find it so hard to believe that anyone would die to save a sinner from Hell, we find the story of Jesus difficult to … 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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ANSWERING JESUS’ SKEPTICS — PART 2

  ADDING A BIT OF PERSPECTIVE:  ARE ROMAN CATHOLICS JESUS’ SKEPTICS? As I alluded to in Should Catholic tradition have equal or greater authority than the Bible?, here of late several Christian blogs I frequent have taken up the issues they … Continue reading

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