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What is Truth? A Reader’s Challenge

A reader named Charlie wrote with his thoughts about my last post, “The Age of Slumber:” Good post. I’ve been reading an even more eloquent version of the same ideas from Timothy Keller called Reason for God. Advertisements

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The Age of Slumber

Nearly all of us have heard the saying, “Most people would rather hear a good lie over the truth any day.” When people hear this, they laugh and nod in agreement. Yet, though we acknowledge the human tendency to believe … Continue reading

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Postmodernist’s Dilemma

I was all ready for a full-bore, knock-down-drag-out. The reason was that I was expecting a visit from Skids Grofsky. I still have no explanation for why the two of us are friends. All we do is argue about things … Continue reading

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The New Tolerance

“I have seen great intolerance shown in support of tolerance.” –Samuel Taylor Coleridge Tolerance used to mean putting up with ideas, ways and practices that are foreign to us. It was the gentle person’s solution

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