From here and here. Take a look at those cars up there in that picture. Would you rather own the Maserati Alfieri or the Smart Fortwo? Imagine you are a politician. You take look at the Maserati. Extravagant! You take a look at the Smart car. Dinky! What is the obvious, simple, straightforward solution? You... Continue Reading →
We can't complain the true believers among the save-the-planet crowd lack energy. In fact, that's often the problem. It is hard to find someone more dangerous than an industrious person with "good intentions". Occasionally, however, industrious people with "good intentions" produce good work even if it is not exactly what they intended. Are you a... Continue Reading →
insanitybytes22 has a fascinating post related to Jordan Peterson. The subject is his interview with Dennis Prager at the 2019 PragerU summit. The two gentlemen had a thoroughly interesting discussion that spanned several topics.
insanitybytes22’s post just hits on one them.
insanitybytes22’s post and the discussion that follows are well worth reading, and the video is also excellent.
So Jordan Peterson is sometimes criticized for why he won’t publicly identify as a Christian. So he gave a talk about it.
I really like when talks about faith. He said among other things, “I thought, well … who would have the audacity to claim that they believed in God? If they examined the way they lived, who would dare say that?”
Yeah. That’s the tension, that’s the struggle. “There are none worthy, not one.” It says that in the bible. A whole, whole lot of Westernized Christians would do well to examine their lives and ask themselves that very question.
Have the audacity to go boldly before the throne of grace and dare to ask, So do I really live my life as if I actually believe in God??
Most of us miss the mark, that’s what grace is all about, that’s why Jesus came, but this is one…
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Well, vacation is over. So here is the Part 2 to THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIBERAL AND CONSERVATIVE CHRISTIANITY — PART 1. A we observed in Part 1, an article like Where Christian churches, other religions stand on gay marriage (pewresearch.org) suggests which churches are Liberal and which are Conservative and includes a list, Where Major Religions... Continue Reading →