Exclusive Claims in a Tolerant Age

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The philosopher, Søren Kierkegaard (1813 – 1855), spoke for the religious view held by many who retain belief in God: “The thing is to understand myself to see what God really wishes me to do; … Read More

The Purpose Driven Life: An Assessment

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“Make sure you’re not missing the point of your life – read this book! The Purpose Driven Life will drive you to greatness – through living the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.” Thus enthused … Read More

Violent Crimes

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It is rare to see the president of the United States, considered the most powerful man on earth, shedding tears in a public press conference. But that is what President Barack Obama did in one, … Read More

God’s Love: What About Wrath?

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This piece was conceived on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2014. As to the origin of this popular lovers’ day, the Catholic Encyclopedianotes, The popular customs associated with Saint Valentine’s Day undoubtedly had their origin in … Read More

Creation Groans

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The death count from typhoon Haiyan has topped 6,000. That is not counting the missing. While we cringe from the toll, it is still small compared to other recent disasters. In 2005, in mountainous Kashmir, … Read More

Treasure in Earthen Vessel

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With this piece, I join the blogosphere. There are now more websites than people on earth. For yet another one, an explanation is due. It is hoped that this blog will be a commentary on … Read More