Tag Archives: Christian

Arguments Against Gay Marriage

Afternoon boredom often finds me browsing through an eternal stream of Youtube videos.  This afternoon I ran across a video containing a brief interview with Chase Whiteside, one of the creators of New Left Media.  You can visit their Youtube … Continue reading

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What Do YOU Think of the ‘Tea Party?’

 The Los Angeles Times ran an interesting Op/Ed article on various people’s views on the Tea Party and their role in American collective culture.  In a very interesting and unadulterated manner, the Times presented a sample of both positive and … Continue reading

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The Biggest Threat to Christianity

I’ve heard it said that the most substantial threat to Christianity is a clear, thorough reading of the Biblical texts.  The hosts at the non-profit public access show, The Atheist Experience, discuss some of the inconsistencies in the Bible.

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We Still Ban Books?

It always makes me a little sad when people, especially young people, miss out on the opportunity to read quality literature.  It makes me cringe when those young people miss out on the opportunity to read quality literature because their … Continue reading

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Atheists Have Faith?

I was having a discussion with a family member recently about whether or not it takes “faith” to not believe in a god in the same way that it takes “faith” to believe that such a being exists.  She felt … Continue reading

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GOP Hopeful Rick Perry’s Prayer

America has seen its fair share of religious political leaders, but Rick Perry makes George W. Bush look like an agnostic. From CBS News online: On Saturday, Americans will get what for many will be their first taste of the … Continue reading

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Be Careful Not To Think For Yourself: ‘Fixing’ One’s Sexual Orientation

Dr. Reverend Albert Mohler, “president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary — the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world,” expressed his views on reparative therapy and the role a true, … Continue reading

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