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Tactics by Greg Koukl

From author Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason comes a tool for equipping Christians to defend their faith clearly and respectfully.


The Implications of Freudian Theory Within Moral Philosophy

Freud is one of the key thinkers of modernity within philosophy of mind after he introduced a theory of mind, known as the psychodynamic model, based upon a divided self made up of unconscious, preconscious and conscious. 3,820 more words


What does a (Catholic) Christian taste like?

I promise you this is not a post about the early Church being accused of cannibalism. Because that’s gross. 

Rather, a number of news headlines caught my attention yesterday that tie in to a question that I’ve frequently discussed with my husband. 785 more words


The Amorality of Most Life (9/2/14)

The Absence of Rules

Camus said “there are no rules.” Amorality, or the lack of any moral code, is thought to be growing globally. People prone to amorality include Vladimir Putin, dictators, politicians and political advisors, rapacious business chieftains, and the more prosaic bank robbing sociopath or serial rapist. 1,065 more words

Active Rest Techniques

Beyond Good and Evil

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) was a German philosopher is most well-known for the words “God is Dead”. Nietzsche took this oxymoronic statement to mean that the belief in God had ceased to be reasonable. 1,162 more words

Beyond Good And Evil

The gospel truth, or a heavily exaggerated publicity stunt?

Climate change: it’s inevitable. Think about how long our world has been swirling through the solar system, scorched by the sun, attacked by asteroids. 4.54 billion years. 303 more words

Kickstarter Campaign

I’m in the process of writing a new book, working title Reluctant Racist-A White Man’s Perspective. It’s the story of racism, as I’ve seen it, for the last 50 or so years. 75 more words