Monthly Archives: June 2022

For Those Not Ready to Abort

For Those Who Are Not Ready to Go the Abortion Route Crisis Pregnancy Centers The crisis pregnancy center locator identifies 2,525 crisis pregnancy centers in the United States; that’s an average of more than 50 per state, so chances are, … Continue reading

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Miracle Bodies

Miracle Bodies Webster defines a body as: 1a) the main part of a plant or animal body especially as distinguished from limbs and head 2a) the organized physical substance of an animal or plant either living or dead The first … Continue reading

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Originalism Part I

———————————————- Originalism is in its simplest terms, reading a text, any text, looking for and sticking to the meaning that the writer had in her/his head when it was originally written. Pretty simple idea, actually. When applied to a way … Continue reading

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The Goodness of God

 Or do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, forbearance and patience, not realizing that God’s kindness (goodness) is intended to lead you to repentance? Romans 2:4 Although it is undeniable that Jesus and the later New Testament … Continue reading

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Love Lies Bleeding in My Hands

Many years ago, I had a long conversation with a young woman who was struggling mightily whether or not to have an abortion. I sat with her and we talked through the pros and cons and likely consequences of each … Continue reading

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From Whence Cometh Our Rights?

“You gotta fight for your right to party!” This famous declaration of independence by a cadre of seasoned philosophers (the Beastie Boys) brings up the most important questions about rights – where do they come from, and how do we … Continue reading

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I Like Laws That Reflect My Values

Back when I taught Critical Reasoning and also Ethics on the college level, students had an option to write a position paper on topics, including abortion. After receiving my Masters degree in 1991, I began teaching – which put it … Continue reading

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The Destruction of American Education

Why Colleges are Becoming Cults Dr. Lyell Asher This video confirmed my experience teaching college for 27 years. If you have children or grandchildren, or if you know can care about people who do, I implore you to watch this … Continue reading

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A Rose by Any Other Name

In my book on Christian Ethics, I mentioned that the moral position behind the Golden Rule spoken by Jesus – “All things . . . that you want men to do to you, you also must do to them,” is … Continue reading

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Conundrum of Work

Miriam Webster defines conundrum as: an intricate and difficult problem. During Jesus’ lifetime, He presented several of these. One of my favorites is found in the Gospel of John 6:28-29 where it says, ” Then said they unto him, What … Continue reading

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