Monthly Archives: April 2012

Go Nuts! at John Thurman Stadium

Today my mother-in-law Jae and her new hubby Bobby took us to a Nuts game at John Thurman Stadium. We got together with some of their church friends and tail-gated pizza, hotdogs, grapes, chips and sodas in the Neece parking … Continue reading

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Christian Carnival, April 18, 2012

Welcome back to the Christian Carnival!  For those new to this gig, the Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of some of the best posts of the Christian blogosphere. It’s open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions.  We … Continue reading

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This week’s Christian Carnival is…

…here.  I host it at my new on-line portfolio blog :)  I am not including my own submission this time, because I am still chewing on an idea for an article that talks about the difference between Hume’s is-ought distinction, which … Continue reading

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In the mood for some GenX poetry?

If so, check this out, nested under the Poetry & Prose page. And feel free to share your GenX poetry in the comments :) About Portfolio Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | Request Project

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Yo quiero choco-latte! :)

Choco-latte is a Mexican mocha I ‘think’ I just invented.  If nobody has it yet–why not?!!!  Sure, it could be called the Abuelita mocha, but choco-latte sounds so much more chocolattey and you don’t have to pay Abuelita to use the name.  I thought of … Continue reading

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Is there no truth, are all beliefs true, or is there only one truth?

This is something to consider in relationship to these objections to the objective truth of Christianity: 1) Claiming that Christianity is “the” truth steps on other people’s toes. 2) Science doesn’t even know the answers, and yet you claim to. … Continue reading

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Problem: If God is good and all-powerful, why does he not prevent evil, suffering and hell?

My thoughts on the solution: 1. Unconditional love is impossible if suffering and evil are impossible. God, like a good father, allows us to learn from our mistakes, rather than dysfunctionally protecting us from them by a) preventing us from making them, … Continue reading

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