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Honesty and Dishonesty In Christianity

The choice influential people must make In any organization, leaders and other influential people must make a very important decision. That is to decide how honest they are going to be with their group. Will they tell the truth as they believe it to be? Will they admit they don’t know everything, research the subject, […]

Borrowing From Egyptian Mythology

Reading time: Approximately 10-12 minutes. This post picks up where the “Rosetta Stone: A Portal to the Past” left off. Scholars had deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphics after the incredibly fortunate discovery of the engraved stone. The science of archeology was just gaining traction in the early nineteenth century and archeological teams were unearthing artifacts from Egyptian […]

The Millennium when Science Slept

  If someone learns about the history of science from Christian literature, the first thing they will probably notice is boasting about how Christians were responsible for most of the world’s scientific progress. From what I’ve seen, much Christian propaganda pridefully takes credit for the emergence of the sixteenth-century Scientific Revolution and almost every scientific […]

What Our Founding Fathers Thought About Christian Nationalism

Reading time: About 15 minutes.   In recent years the US has experienced a surge of Christian radicalism unlike anything most of us have seen in our lifetimes. This wave seems to still be building and becoming further removed from reality. It’s uncertain when if it will crest and break or continue to rise. Christian […]

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