Monthly Archives: January 2011

Life is a self-evident right

The right to life is indeed self-evident–meaning that it is simply not possible for anyone to fail to understand that abortion is wrong. Abortion must be stopped, and America must cease to listen to all the voices that defend this … Continue reading

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Church online?

An ad showing up on my facebook page lately offers the chance to “experience church online” at their site “without ever having to leave your home.” I know there are some things about church that can be experienced via technology, … Continue reading

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Who are the real skeptics?

The belief that this universe and all that is in it came about by an unplanned, unguided, unintended explosion of absolutely nothing is the most irrational of superstitions out there. And those who believe it, despite the lack of a … Continue reading

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The god atheists worship

Atheists today, lacking a god, often like to worship Richard Dawkins. (In the sense that they take his words as truth and accept them with the blindest of faiths.) Take a look at what that guy believes. Hard to believe … Continue reading

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5 of the (many) flaws in atheist “thought”

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What’s new in the new year?

For most people, despite all the celebration of a year ending and another beginning, the turning of the calendar doesn’t really bring anything new. After the champagne buzz fades, they find themselves still facing the same problems, struggles, and difficulties … Continue reading

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Does Anyone Still Care About the Great Commission?

Does Anyone Still Care About the Great Commission?.

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