Tag Archives: civility

SJWs are Uncivil

In the ongoing culture wars, it helps if you put things in perspective. Civility is a very well established social standard that goes back a few centuries. It’s not exactly biblical, but it’s good enough (provides tactical advantage) and remains … Continue reading

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Mercy in Vast Supply

Civility is the art of living with others while causing the least friction possible. It means not taking offense at every little thing, but employing patience and allowing people to be themselves as much as possible. By extension, we know … Continue reading

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Law of the Heart

It is the nature of any written revelation from God that words alone cannot portray the fullness of truth. In other words, there is no such thing as propositional truth as far as God is concerned. The only truth is … Continue reading

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The Niceness Lie

It’s peculiar to Western social mythology that we are supposed to be “nice.” While the actual definition is contextual and all over the map, we all have learned to recognize that undertone — “you’re supposed to be nice” — in … Continue reading

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It’s Not What You Might Expect

Welcome to my world. I’ve tried to make things as transparent as possible because it’s what God demands of me. If you were to meet me in the flesh, you’d find me affable and relaxed most of the time. When … Continue reading

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Divine Friendship

It’s a divine tactic against evil to make friends. The biggest killer is operating by fear. The world is full of people who need help dealing with the Devil’s lies about our existence here, buried under countless layers of deception. … Continue reading

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What the World Really Needs Is…

“Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.” (Matthew 5:7) It was a taste of solipsism and a lack of empathy. They came to the door evangelizing for their church. Enthusiasm they did not lack, nor boldness. What they … Continue reading

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