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Judgment Day is Not Mysterious

It was Thanksgiving yesterday and we had a quiet dinner at home, just the four of us.  Our two older children are on their own nowadays and so things are less rambunctious than a decade ago. Somehow our conversation got … Continue reading

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No Third Way

When I came of voting age I voted for Ronald Reagan. Later I voted for Bill Clinton.  After that I realized both parties campaigned one way and ruled another.  I dabbled in Libertarian ideology and voted for Ron Paul.  None … Continue reading

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Without God, the West is Not

Regardless of what one thinks of Whittaker Chambers, this letter succinctly reflects the condition of the West in the 1950s, which held to forms produced by a Christian, while denying its source. Combine Chamber’s thoughts with Alexis de Tocqueville (“America … Continue reading

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