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Your Purity Test Won’t Work…Like Ever!!!

Purity Test don’t work! If you hadn’t noticed, the American political scene is in shambles. Neither party is looking all that great and regardless of your personal political leanings, you’re likely not satisfied with all that is Washington D.C. One of the reasons – at least in my view – is the idea of purity […]

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When Is A Sermon Finished?

A friend once told me “there’s noting worse than amateur poetry.” I get that. Enough poetry is remote and distant, and since most of us stop reading, studying, and enjoying poetry around third grade, we peak with “totes mcgoates” and other ill-fate, poorly thought rhymes. Our love of poetry doesn’t go deep. It’s neither nurtured […]

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Be Excellent to One Another: Bill & Ted Go To Church

A Rabbi sat down with his disciples and asked, “How can you tell when night has ended and the day has begun?”  The first student replied, “It is when, at a distance, you can tell a sheep from a goat.”  “No,” the Rabbi replied.  The second: “It is when, at a distance, you can tell […]

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They’re Going to Set Your House On Fire: A Better Way To Talk Politics

Guest Post: Dr. Kraig Martin is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Harding University in Searcy, AR and one of my closest friends. ——————————— When Thomas Jefferson ran for President against John Adams in 1800, a newspaper that had endorsed Adams printed the following: “Are you prepared to see your dwellings in flames, … female chastity violated, […]

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Can You Be Trusted to Judge?

Nothing excites American’s passions like the opportunity to criticize. If we’re good at anything, it’s making criticism and moral appraisals about people figures. We got a dose of it last weekend before, during, and after the Super Bowl. For instance, Kelly Osbourne posted a meme to Facebook of Julie Andrews dancing around the Austrian countryside […]

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