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Mutual of Oprah’s Wild Kingdom I’ve watched some of Oprah’s miniseries. The production values are very high. The presentation is beautiful and winsome. Care is clearly taken to allow the diverse religions and spiritualities to have their own voice The … Continue reading
I find this objection to Christianity to be increasingly common among Christian defectors. I thought it might be worth while exploring it further. As you’ll see later in this series, I don’t really thing it is as much an argument … Continue reading
One of My Favorite Creation Stories While the Genesis stories get all of the attention one of my favorite creation stories is found in Isaiah 5:1-7. You might say “that isn’t a creation story” but I think it is. It … Continue reading
Good without God In the theist-atheist debates one of the flash points is morality. Theists like to tell atheists that their morality is foundationless without God. That’s a debatable point in the theoretical and philosophical but I must conceded is … Continue reading
The Christian Reformed Church Given the rise of emergent Calvinism the word has become (again) a hot potato. I’m not a Calvin scholar so for a more academic treatment I’ll defer to a real Calvin scholar like Richard Muller who … Continue reading
Religion and Mental Illness Read this interesting interview on Sam Harris’ blog where the interviewer was connecting religion with mental illness. I do think there is sound anthropological evidence that the first “priests”, the shamans of Siberia, were probably psychological … Continue reading