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Jordan Peterson in Minneapolis – A Christian’s Review

I heard about Jordan Peterson left and right over the past couple months. First, a friend wrote a comment on Facebook asking me if I knew about him. Then a few Christian friends asked me in person. Soon after, a co-worker asked me in … Continue reading

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Freedom – The Restraint

You just chose to start reading this post. You were physically able to do so, or else you wouldn’t have reached this point. You knew that you could click on the link in order to start reading it. You weren’t … Continue reading

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A Foundation Built

This is the final “From The Ground Up” post. The purpose of this series of posts was to build a philosophical foundation of truth from basic, universally accepted principals. Why did I make this series? Every claim to truth contains … Continue reading

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The Philosophy of it All

Philosophy is a subject that we can use to discover a lot of truth about the world we live in. There are several reasons why it is so important: 1) Philosophy has a broad definition One definition of philosophy that … Continue reading

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The True Question

This post marks the beginning of a blog I am hoping to write to weekly. If no one reads the posts, it is still worth it for me to be thinking about some important topics and to have a future … Continue reading

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