Tag Archives: culture

Oklahoma Cycling’s Dark Secret

There’s a dark, double secret you aren’t going to hear from cycling advocates. Review: All politicians are evil. The very act of running for office indicates an ambition that morally disqualifies anyone from holding that office. Good moral people do … Continue reading

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Covenant versus Profit

Let’s do a little biblical analysis. Take a look at how heart-led wisdom can affect how you view things, in the sense that you aren’t restricted by mere logic. An article on Zero Hedge talks about how The Sharing Economy … Continue reading

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The Mechanism We Have in Our Hands

It doesn’t require a prophet’s vision to see that America is doomed. What does it take to build an empire and keep it together? The empire must have an identity that makes the conquering forces proud. That identity must bring … Continue reading

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Maybe This Time

What we seek to build is something akin to a cultural identity, but actually resting entirely on our covenant. History shows that a nation can stand about as good as any nation could if they are held together by some … Continue reading

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We Are Babylon

Tomorrow’s election will change nothing. Just a reminder, the issue behind whatever folks mean by the word “racism” isn’t really a matter of DNA. Whatever human hostility is there arises from cultural differences. The differences in daily expectations we all … Continue reading

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Sometimes We Aren’t Supposed to Get It

But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you. (John 14:26) I’ve said that the mind is … Continue reading

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Science Not Pointless, But Can Be

I’m responding to this article. For those familiar with the study of philosophy, it seems rather simple. However, for those who aren’t used to delving into fundamental cultural assumptions, it may be challenging. The biblical position is in two steps. … Continue reading

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