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On Dealing With The Thievery Of The Gig Economy

Recently, an anonymous reader of my blog commented on one of my earlier posts about some of the struggles faced by contemporary workers in the gig economy.  Here are a couple of his comments, to set the stage for the … Continue reading

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Are Tornadoes Racist: A Thought Experiment

It is probably no great surprise that the disparate effects of natural disasters on housing of different quality should prompt some people to speak of the subject of environmental racism.  Yet it is not clear at all that the disparate … Continue reading

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It Is A Joy For The Just To Do Justice

For a variety of reasons, I am frequently reminded of questions of social justice.  Of course, my biggest question is one that does not tend to get asked a lot, and that is whether the social in social justice means … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost Indictment Of Robert E. Lee

The Lost Indictment Of Robert E. Lee, by John Reeves It is unusual, perhaps even remarkable, that despite the fact that Robert E. Lee was widely recognized as a heroic figure in the Civil War (despite choosing the wrong side), … Continue reading

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Book Review: Never Call Retreat

Never Call Retreat (The Centennial History Of The Civil War #3), by Bruce Catton Even though in general I consider the end of the Civil War to be a best case scenario (which the author agrees with), there is a … Continue reading

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On The Ubiquity Of Concupiscence

We now come to the conclusion of our discussion of the problem of concupiscence (see previous discussions here and here).  We have seen that our society has declared war on the idea a unified category of evil desire that we … Continue reading

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A Passion For Justice

Today while I was driving to work I was listening to a radio station, which I rarely do since I almost always have some kind of audiobook playing, but I will be without an audiobook until the next time I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Obama’s Enforcer

Obama’s Enforcer:  Eric Holder’s Justice Department, by John Fund and Hans Von Spakovsky This is the sort of book that my roommate would probably enjoy, if he hasn’t already read it already.  I say this not necessarily as a criticism, … Continue reading

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Yesterday, Today, And Forever

Some time ago I wrote a post, one that has been among my most popular (and one that has even ended up being linked on sites like Conservapedia) that discusses the implications of a familiar passage in James 1:17 that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Generous Justice

Generous Justice:  How God’s Grace Makes Us Just, by Timothy Keller In general, there is a lot to like about this book.  The author has set himself an ambitious goal and manages to achieve it.  In doing so, he manages … Continue reading

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