Author Archives: Ed Hurst

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher

Deconstructing 05

A cosmopolitan society is inherently evil. It’s hard to imagine how folks who claim to follow the Scripture don’t get this message. It’s everywhere in the Bible, not least as the underlying assumption of how to live. Biblical Law requires … Continue reading

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Followup to Battle Stations

Ref: Battle Stations? Not Yet Here’s the fallout: My desktop is running Win10, which is what came with it. My laptop is running Xubuntu 19.10, which is very close to what came with it. I don’t have to tweak either … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 04

The value of human life is in utility; it is not inherently precious. This one is really hard to get across to Westerners. Western mythology presumes that this life is all there is, and rejects the truth of the Fall. … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 03

Discrimination is necessary. If you are going to hate what God hates, you must be discriminating about what there is in this world that warrants hate, and from what depth of passion in each context. It should be obvious that … Continue reading

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Battle Stations? Not Yet

Ref: Cancel culture taints The Linux Foundation, developer publicly disinvited from event over political opinions. Keep in mind that the Linux Foundation isn’t a monolithic controlling factor in Linux development. It’s a single entity among several that have some influence … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 02

I’ve written quite a bit on this blog about the various differences between our American cultural assumptions and those of the biblical intellectual traditions. Rather than linger unnecessarily rehashing the details of this, let’s get right into some of the … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 01

I do not rely on logic to persuade. I lay out the logic of things and trust your own convictions to confirm or deny what I say. There’s a reason for that, of course: If you live by logic and … Continue reading

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