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There are a vast number of differing viewpoints; mine is just one more. Please note, a huge portion of scholarship is hostile. That is, the scholar goes into the question assuming the worst and isn’t surprised to find evidence supporting … Continue reading
Myth and mythology have more than one meaning. In typical conversation, they are dismissive terms used to discount something you don’t want to believe. You refuse to be accountable to it. As literature, they are essential to understanding the worldview … Continue reading
Patriarchy is God’s idea, but by no means can we confuse that with Western patriarchal traditions. In the Bible Wisdom is portrayed as a woman. She would never seek to rule, but does invite every man to take her as … Continue reading
Sure, it would be nice if we could all live like the family of Seth right outside Eden. Picture it: nomadic tent dwellers living in simplicity, herding goats and sheep. With that was a whole range of cultural implications we … Continue reading
You can ignore the moral laws of God all you like, but they don’t go away. If you ignore them and build a science of prosperity based merely on what humans can perceive and reason about, you will inevitably find … Continue reading