Saturday Afternoon Musings: Christian Civivilization

I read. A lot. I read a diverse perspective of sources, left, right, anarchist, biblical, political, cultural, artistic. I read because I want to understand, I want to grow and I want to learn. This week I ran across an intriguing quote/story in one of those sources that is often, to me, obtuse and needlessly … More Saturday Afternoon Musings: Christian Civivilization

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Learning to Think Outside of Our Tribes

Melancholy with the artist Disclaimer: These weekend links, books and blog reviews do not mean that I agree with all of the content or perspective in any particular link. Their presence here means that I found them either thought provoking, interesting, persuasive, funny, useful, sad, informative, inspiring, and sometimes all of those things. I hope … More Learning to Think Outside of Our Tribes

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Extraterrestrial Life and Christianity

Monday is for Discussion Fascinated to read this first paragraph from a news report with this provocative headline today: NASA Scientists Brings Scientists & Theologians Together to Prepare World for Extraterrestrial Contact “A couple of months ago top US astronomers gathered in front of congress to let them know that extraterrestrial life exists without question. Their … More Extraterrestrial Life and Christianity

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No “Wonderful Life” without Christianity

Wednesday is for Prayer Christianity, the expression of faith by those who call themselves followers of Christ, whether they be Catholic, Protestant, Independent, Orthodox, Coptic, has made more change for good in the world than any other religious group in the world. This is not to say other groups with religious or no religious affiliation, have … More No “Wonderful Life” without Christianity

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