Monthly Archives: January 2012

Is it any wonder that people are conflicted and confused?


I was raised in a very christian household. By very christian, I mean going to church sunday morning, sunday evening, wednesday night (unless there was a revival going on, then your weeknights were shot until it was over, usually about … Continue reading

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Heros


In 1982 while being interviewed for entry into a presumably exclusive christian high school I was asked a question that still echos, resonates and reverberates within my brain.  It is a question that makes me think, even unto this very … Continue reading

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More weird stuff that keeps me awake.


Okay, maybe it’s the geek in me, or perhaps it’s the nerd in me, or a bit of both, but lately my brain seems stuck in the early 1970’s.  I swear I’ve been thinking about some of the old sci-fi … Continue reading

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The Hard sciences


Science, History and Math, the “hard sciences”, though the nomenclature “hard sciences” is a bit of a misnomer. We call them the hard sciences, not because they are difficult, though they certainly can be, no , we call them that … Continue reading

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Logic Fail


The Atheist Experience #338  I have heard the argument, used as the reason for a lack of   of written evidence for the existance of Jesus out side of the bible, that (and I have heard this several times) people of … Continue reading

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The Atheist’s argument


Many people hold the belief that Atheists actively disbelieve in a god or “higher power.While I am sure that it certainly could be true for a very few, I doubt that it really so for most. I’ll use the sunrise … Continue reading

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Experiances


We limit ourselves by our experiances.                         Many years ago, after getting married for the first time, I was confronted by what I thought at the time a rather absurd question from my then 7 yo step son. I had made … Continue reading

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