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Warming Up to the World of Tolerance

Recently I attended a discussion group where people of different views come together and discuss a topic each month. This month’s topic was about the topic of tolerance, and asked if there were things that should not be tolerated. The … Continue reading

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Freedom – The Implications

“Freedom is my God now, and I love this one a thousand times more than I ever loved the last one.” This quotation from Rebecca Slick sparked my interest in the topic of freedom almost one year ago. That spark … Continue reading

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Freedom – The Starting Point

Freedom is something that many people strive for. Political leaders emphasize it. Soldiers fight for it. New college students experience it in a way they had not before. A few months ago, a quotation from Rachael Slick, an Atheist woman, caused … Continue reading

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Does Faith Make Sense? – Part 2

In part 1, I discussed a definition of faith that I think matches up well with the way faith is described in the Bible: A trust in an object based on what you know about that object. Now I will … Continue reading

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Does Faith Make Sense? – Part 1

I once had a conversation with an Atheist who said, “I don’t understand the idea of faith. It just doesn’t make sense to me”. It was one of her main objections against Christianity, and religion in general. Reflecting back to that … Continue reading

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