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My Faith—A Philosopher’s Look At Christianity, 3

The story of what happened to Paul is found in Acts 9: “Meanwhile, Saul was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord’s disciples. He went to the high priest and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found…

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My Faith—A Philosopher’s Look At Christianity, 2

Truths Truths are typically learned by steps in understanding. They come basically in two ways. Either as a new perception and then we work through them until we adopt the new, but also they can come displacing an already believed truth. In either case there…

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My Faith—A Philosopher’s Look At Christianity, 1

My Faith—A Philosopher’s Look At Christianity I’m a Christian. The Nicene Creed pretty much defines what this means for me: “I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible. “And in one Lord Jesus…

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Regressive Biological Determinism. What? (3 of 3)

We are not all Greek gods and goddesses. Even if we were pragmatism—our experience in nature—tells us that clothing is necessary. What it doesn’t tell us is what that clothing should look like. Jr. Thorpe in the article “The History of Men & Skirts” writes:…

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Regressive Biological Determinism. What? (2 of 3)

Okay, what am I getting at? In our rebellion over “roles” we don’t like we can play all the mind games we want but it will never change “biological determinism” in that there are at least some ontological (being) roles naturally assigned to male and…

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Regressive Biological Determinism. What? (1 of 4)

Here is a mouthful for you: Regressive biological determinist. It’s just three words but oh so mouth filling, so much so that you are in danger of choking on these three words. Let me translate them: If you are a regressive biological determinist it means…

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Race And Racism: A Postscript (15 of 15)

Postscript Frederick Douglass     This section is actually a postscript. I’m just now finishing a massive 850 page biography of Frederick Douglass by David W. Blight who is a Professor of American History at Yale University and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (14 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Thomas Sowell Thomas Woods Jr. uses a statistic from Thomas Sowell and we need to take as deeper look into Sowell’s insights here because they say so much truth. Thomas Sowell was born June…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (13 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Two Radical Views Both Washington and Du Bois were brilliant thinkers but they had radically different perspectives on Reality. To show this let me again cull from my life experience. My short career in…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (12 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Two Men Shaped The Debate There is a very interesting study on religion among the African slaves that can be found HERE. You might want to read it in full. I’m going to give you…

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