Category: Christianity

The God Question

 William  September 7, 2004

For those of you who are Christian and conservative and believe nothing good rides the airwaves of PBS I have a surprise for you. An important new series airs this month on PBS that examines “The Question of God” using…

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It’s Your Fault

 William  September 3, 2004  3 Comments on It’s Your Fault

In light of the brutal loss of life at the Russia school hostage situation (many children were shot in the back as they fled), I was reminded of an article several years ago by Paul Hollander titled The “Banality of…

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 William  September 1, 2004

One of my favorite songs from the Christian music perspective is Blue Skies by Point of Grace from their album Free to Fly. The song talks about how doubt and fear can leech the strength out of our lives. They…

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The Meaning Of Things

 William  August 31, 2004

With the Republican Convention on television, all over the blogosphere, talk radio, and most newspapers for the next three days, I am being bombarded with words, spoken and written, in speeches and commentaries, in arguments and counter arguments, from everyone…

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Pruning The Vine

 William  August 29, 2004  1 Comment on Pruning The Vine

You cannot be successful in effectively allocating your limited time if you are not willing to prune the vine of demands that are continually made on your life. As limited beings there is only so much we can do and…

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A Piece Of My Own Heart

 William  August 22, 2004  2 Comments on A Piece Of My Own Heart

I have been thinking a lot lately about repentance, about changing the desires of my heart. It is not an easy process. Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote: If it were only so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing…

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Compulsion And Virtue

 William  August 18, 2004  2 Comments on Compulsion And Virtue

What really makes the historic American dream and the nature of the country and society it has nurtured different from the goals of Islam and the nature of the countries and societies it has spawned? This is an important issue…

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Christian Carnival XXXI Submissions

 William  August 17, 2004  1 Comment on Christian Carnival XXXI Submissions

This week’s Christian Carnival is being hosted tomorrow at Parableman. It’s a great way to get recognition for your blog. Submit your best post from the past week , since last Tuesday at midnight, on a Christian-related theme (it can…

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Paradigms And Biblical Exegesis

 William  August 16, 2004

You should never read something that starts your intellectual juices after midnight; it will probably prevent you from getting very much sleep as the thoughts race back and forth across your mental topography, pushing sleep further and further from its…

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 William  August 15, 2004  2 Comments on Weekends

It is Sunday evening and the weekend is almost over. That has gotten me to thinking about the importance that we all seem to attach to this weekly time off from work. Our culture appears to see weekends as the…

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