Monthly Archives: December 2014

Sci-unce is Stoopid

Not long ago a meme crossed my newsfeed which depicted climate change “deniers” as gun-totin’ pickup drivin’ Bible thumpin’ Cro-Magnon science haters.  Tee-hee.  I’m pretty sure they also didn’t bathe but that wasn’t specified. Not wanting to be anti-social on … Continue reading

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Six Characteristics of Adolescent Atheism

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A while back, I posted an article entitled, “What an Apologist’s Job is Not,” in which I advised fellow apologists on how to recognize (and stop wasting time in) futile interactions. This post is sort of a…

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Song to the Siren

So I’m sitting in my little gray cube at work tapping away at the plastic keys, focused on electrical design type stuff.  I’m securely insulated at a safe distance from any natural-light-admitting windows with nothing to hold my attention but … Continue reading

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What Mary Said

Here’s part of what our family read together after dinner tonight. And Mary said: “My soul glorifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for he has been mindful of the humble state of his servant. From … Continue reading

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Stop Messing with My Head

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A while back there were several blogs along the lines of defining good and bad Christians. I kind of like the idea of “bad Christian, no wafer for you.” It…

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The Strangers in My House

My wife and I live with our six kids right across the street from the house she grew up in.  Her 93 year old mother still lives there.  We are one block away from the high school where we were … Continue reading

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