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Uses and Misuses of Joshua 24:15

Standard Disclaimer: Random people on the internet are not authorities. Please direct questions about what you personally should believe to your own authorities: husband, father, church leader, whatever applies, and do as they tell you. Specific Disclaimer: I’m going to put a … Continue reading

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Some people apparently missed it

A wife of noble character who can find?     She is worth far more than rubies.  Her husband has full confidence in her     and lacks nothing of value.  She brings him good, not harm,     all the days of her life.  She … Continue reading

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Walls and wealth

Samizdata has a couple of posts on the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. By coincidence, I happen to have recently heard a few sermons on Mark 10, the encounter with the rich young man who wanted to … Continue reading

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Flailing through the weeds

One of Dalrock’s posts has spawned a multi-day doctrinal debate between various people on the topic of Biblical marriage; it’s been quite the chewy read, and while long,* I do recommend it. I dipped my toes in a little bit, … Continue reading

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Book Commentary: The Irrational Atheist

This is not going to be a real “review” of Vox Day’s The Irrational Atheist: Dissecting the Unholy Trinity of Dawkins, Harris, and Hitchens, mostly because I don’t particularly want to talk a lot about the whole book. This is actually … Continue reading

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Musing: self-fulfilling prophecy and materialism

This post is probably going to be rather disjointed, as I’m not an educated philosopher by any means, and not really what I would call an “educated theologian” either, though I’ve grown up in confessional churches that have a penchant … Continue reading

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Violation of Natural Law Has Consequences

I hold that a child has an unalienable right – a natural right – to the possession of BOTH its biological parents. That means that the use of sperm donation is automatically suspect, and the use of sperm banks in … Continue reading

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