Monthly Archives: July 2015

Want a god? Make up a good one!

Virtually without doubt, the thousands of gods we have loved, feared, and worshiped over the eons, we’ve had to invent ourselves. But as powerful as many of them have been reputed to be, they couldn’t create themselves. To exist even … Continue reading

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One hundred blog posts!

The immediately previous post (“What good are Christian soldiers without an enemy?”) was the hundredth I’ve posted since kicking off on April 27, 2013—twenty-six months ago. Now seems an auspicious time to review just why I write this blog … Continue reading

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