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WHAT ARE THE SUPPOSED BENEFITS OF A SECULAR EDUCATION?

Striving For The Goal Ostensibly, as a fanatic, Right-Wing Christian, I wrote this post to deride the supposed benefits of a secular education. However, I doubt the wisdom of making fun of the beliefs of others. Moreover, I have observed … Continue reading

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WHY DO CHILDREN NEED A RELIGIOUS EDUCATION?

The Root Of The Problem No matter how we educate children, the topic of religion is inescapable; government-run education does not and cannot avoid it. Why? Ravi Zacharias (an expert in Christian apologetics) says there are Four Questions To Answer In Life. Origin  … Continue reading

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CHOOSING THE FIELD OF BATTLE

Recently, The American Post-Standard provided one of the posts on this blog, “The Morality of Government,” the courtesy of a link.  In We Must Fight the Devil with Fire, phadde2 recalls how I answered a question with a question. In the comment section of Citizen Tom’s … Continue reading

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THE MORALITY OF GOVERNMENT

What Not To Do In my last post, IS MULTICULTURALISM A RELIGION?, I supposedly ratted out Chris Nicholas, the host at Renegade Press. At least that is what he says in his REACTION. When we post stuff on the Internet, it is there everyone to see, … Continue reading

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CONTEMPLATING THE CARES AND THE CONCERNS OF OTHERS AT CHRISTMAS

Thinking is a serpentine process. As our days pass from one moment to the next, our growth seems serendipitous. In truth our Creator shepherds us, giving us much contemplate. After all, what is it we gain with a long life. Is it not a multitude … Continue reading

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