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We Forgive You, Germany

One of the most reviled songs to be released last year was from comedian and not particularly skilled musician Lil’ Dicky, whose abominable charity single “Earth” sought to raise money for woke listeners to try to save the earth.  Included … Continue reading

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Book Review: Anarchy, State, And Utopia

Anarchy, State, And Utopia, by Robert Nozick In many ways this particular book is a fascinating look into the mind of someone who is consciously addressing various contemporary political theories relating to justice and the just state and seeking to … Continue reading

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Motivation And The End Times

This evening’s Bible Study that began the Northwest Weekend from our local congregation’s pastor dealt with the contrast between Peter and Paul in how they thought of the end times as coming soon in earlier writings and then realizing that … Continue reading

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Love And Hate: A Tension

We have previously explored [1] the question of God hating and God praising those who hate what He hates.  And we can find plenty of people who have done a great job of pointing out the nature of God’s love … Continue reading

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Book Review: Something Needs To Change

Something Needs To Change:  A Call To Make Your Life Count In A World Of Urgent Need, by David Platt [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Multnomah/Waterbrook Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There is … Continue reading

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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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