Category Archives: The Philosophy of the Bible

Of Circumcision, weasels and Evangelicals but not abortion

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/08/02/foreskin-pride-movement-set-to-protest-vancouver-circumcision-clinic/ There was an article about circumcision in the National Post. Apparently something called Foreskin Pride is protesting outside of a clinic that does circumcisions. “We’re not an anti-circumcision movement,” said Glen Callender, founder of the Canadian Foreskin Awareness Project. … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Do?

What would Jesus Do? I don’t really know so I have another rule that may work better. I live my life in two worlds: religion and science. I am a committed Christian and I love science. Similar to Jesus’ two masters … Continue reading

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What is Judeo-Christian philosophy? Civilization!

In order to go to University as an adult I had to go back to High School and get some University level courses. My English class was a mix of other returning-to-school adults and high school students who struggled with … Continue reading

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George Jonas: It ain’t easy being God

 George Jonas is always a good read and his column on being God is no exception. The gist of the column is that Mr. Jonas describes a dream he had – and only the credulous think he really had a … Continue reading

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What is the Bible all about? First things First.

Back on April 2nd I asked ‘what is the Bible all about’.  There is a theme I believe but first some honesty.  I would like to think that I’m an original thinker, highly creative, maybe even a genius.  The problem is that … Continue reading

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