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Intellect and Faith

Following from part one of twobeing honest about the who and what of our underlying presuppositions

Think about it: can a finite being measure or define, let alone manipulate, an infinite God? 611 palabras más


The Fear of Reentry

These weeks easily have to be some of the most difficult, anxiety-ridden weeks of the year. For most of the people I know, the last two weeks of December involve taking substantial time off from work, reuniting with friends and family, traveling back home or perhaps to some exotic locale, enjoying fun holiday parties, and eating good food. 502 palabras más

Bar Conversations And Cheap Advice

Without Jesus Christ man must be in vice and misery [Blaise Pascal]

Without Jesus Christ man must be in vice and misery; with Jesus Christ man is free from vice and misery; in Him is all our virtue and all our happiness. 13 palabras más

Jesus Christ

January 5

SUM up at night what thou hast done by day,
And in the morning what thou hast to do;
Dress and undress thy soul; mark the decay… 181 palabras más

Thomas A Kempis

Breaking the Trance of the Cultural Hypnosis

I love to watch people and observe how they live their lives and organize their experiences internally. My people watching is done in a judgmental or moralistic way, but more so with an observational and curious attitude.   1.688 palabras más

The cackle or the egg?

The cackle of a hen is a promise that she has laid an egg. But my farm boy experience taught me that sometimes the cackle was a false promise – no egg could be found. 513 palabras más

Faith And Life


For Creativity Challenge Day 39: Silence


The heart has reasons that reason doesn’t understand.
___Blaise Pascal

to your heart… 37 palabras más

Creativity Challenge