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Beware Of The Use Of Dichotomies

Which do you like better: Coke or Pepsi? There's little doubt that you have one, even if you aren't a soda drinker, you have a favorite. It's a marketing trick that is used all the time; make the choice between two options. Rather than Coke vs. every other drink you could have, they make your... Continue Reading →

Christian Lessons Learned From Taoism

Everyone has the tendency to look for reasons that prove their religion is right over another. It's natural. People are banking their eternity on this set of beliefs to which they ascribe, so that's kind of a big deal. However, there is value in understanding the commonalities of religious thought as well. This isn't about... Continue Reading →

Truth And Why Postmodernism Is Wrong

The debate around truth is an age-old discussion about whether it is objective or subjective. For centuries, even millennia, philosophers have argued  both sides of the nature of truth. The scientific revolution and Enlightenment were game-changers in this debate as the world started building a paradigm on the assumption of Objective Truth. Objective Truth The... Continue Reading →

Fight With Words, Not Fists

  When did it become acceptable to hit someone with whom you disagree? We used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now, even average statement of facts are considered “microaggressions,” which give the offended person full license to commit violence in retaliation. Not only does this... Continue Reading →

What is tolerance?

Today, tolerance seems to be marked by defending any position except for intolerance. And intolerance is simply not holding the fashionable believes of the political left. But what really is tolerance, and how can we apply it properly in our society so that it reaps rewards. For instance, saying that you are morally opposed to... Continue Reading →

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