Category: Philosophy

Only One Key

 William  July 2, 2004  5 Comments on Only One Key

Late one night I was going through a collection of stuff that needed to be sorted into discard and keep piles. I came across a box filled with old keys. There was no way to know to what locks they…

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Change vs. Personal Stereotyping

 William  June 30, 2004

One of the fundamental axioms of Christianity is that people can change. When a person becomes a Christian they begin a process of becoming something new. This truth was expressed by Paul in his second letter to the Corinthians (5:17):…

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Slowly I Turned…

 William  June 29, 2004  8 Comments on Slowly I Turned…

I have been rereading some of my earlier writings and today I came across an article I wrote for a church newsletter last year, entitled “Fast or Slow” and it got me to thinking about how things have changed, even…

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Burden of Proof

 William  June 17, 2004

I was reading an article on Kuperian (neocavlinist) political principals by Joe Carter and his discussion of ontological personhood struck a chord which I think is significant when you approach areas like capital punishment. Joe stated that “we belong not…

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