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Truth: My Interpretation

Here’s my third essay on the Nine Noble Virtues, this time discussing Truth.


Truth is a relative concept, especially in matters of faith. What I believe to be true, others believe to be false, and vice versa. 1,025 more words

Wordview Question #2: What is the nature of material reality?

I’ve been very slow covering my series on worldviews. Today I’ll look at question number two. To view all the questions and find links to each, you can view… 476 more words


Recommended Reading: April 11-17

If you read one article this week, consider The End of the University by Roger Scruton.

For those of you with additional reading time this fine Spring morning, consider the following suggestions from around the blogosphere. 176 more words


5 reasons for a Christian to question feminism

Feminism is not just an idea or feeling of camaraderie, it is an all-encompassing framework for evaluating one’s experience of life. It is an atheistic humanist worldview. 1,301 more words

Chris Bransdon

Recommended Reading: April 4-10

If you read one article this week, engage Correcting Saint John by Russell Saltzman.

For those of you with more reading time on your hands, check out the following suggestions from around the internet. 204 more words


Why being on mission matters immensely (part 5)

How easy it is in a society based largely on humanistic principles and a materialistic and naturalistic worldview, for even Christians to lose sight of the irrefutable reality we find in the Bible:  “..our battle is NOT against flesh and blood, but against spiritual forces of evil in the spiritual realm…” (Eph 6:12) 688 more words

Christian Living

Seeing Eye to Eye

When I was in my late teens, my mother informed me that she had gone to see a fortune teller, a man who lay on a bed amidst plumes of cigarette smoke and didn’t look at her once.  877 more words