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That Burning Question

The #1 Question On My MindThis post innocently floated past as I mindlessly scrolled through social media today. It caught my eye. For most Canadians, it represents a lot. Everyone in the country would more than likely not even give this picture a second thought if it...

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The Spots of a Leopard

I think it is important that when anyone has an opportunity for sober second thought and comes up with a different conclusion than they first came to that they acknowledge that publicly. Confession is good for the soul, but admitting a change of heart is good for...

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Warming Up To What You Hate

I was watching the news feeds and other sources of information coming through in an endless barrage as they do in this age of information. One of the most interesting to me was that Neil Young had given Spotify an ultimatum to choose between himself and Joe Rogan....

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What Happened While I Was Away?

There have been no posts on here for a while for a number of reasons, none of which should have been enough to have held me back from the keyboard this long. Let's just say that I don't know that I would be able to maintain any flow of thought or subject matter....

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Easter Truck Ran… Reflection

And it’s not even that no one punishes, it’s that no one even protests.

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“You are free in our time to say that God does not exist; you are free to say that he exists and is evil; you are free to say like Renan that he would like to exist if He could. You may talk of God as a metaphor or a mystification. You may water Him down with gallons of long words, or boil Him to the rags of metaphysics. And it is not merely that nobody punishes, but nobody protest. But if you speak of God as a fact, as a thing like a tiger, as a reason for changing one’s conduct, then the modern world will stop you somehow if it can. We are long past talking about whether an unbeliever should be punished for being irreverent. It is now thought irreverent to be a believer .”
G.K. Chesterton