Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Positional Natures of Christ

I wonder, what would God’s intention have been to have written a story that has such a variety of possible viewpoints?

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Does morality come from a desire to survive?

Some say morality comes from God.  I say morality comes out of a desire to survive.  Since God can’t be tested, let’s see how the desire to survive fits in with the “10 Commandments” from the Old Testament of the … Continue reading

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fear of death and misbehaving

Originally posted on violetwisp:
Lurking around Christian posts can give a real insight into their preoccupations. Two things that stand out as particularly problematic for them are the looming thunderhead of death, and an intense fear that they can’t control…

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Addendum Post: The 4 positional natures of God

God simplified! Here are four common perspectives of God’s existence:

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Hockey and the Bible!

Yes, I’m going there.  Hockey and the Bible! So you say Heaven and Hell are places we go after we’re done living?  I’m not so sure about that.  I am more of the impression that Heaven and Hell exist within … Continue reading

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New-Zoneland, where people only think they’re free.

A clever story about a place where cultures with differing moralities have their own closed societies, and thought on how that might work out.

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Clarification of “Sin”

In my earlier post, “Can “Sin” be defined simply?“, I draw connection from sin to selfishness. “When one’s selfishness is to the point of affecting others in a negative way, that’s sin.” I haven’t been perfectly comfortable with that definition, and … Continue reading

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