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Who Were the Desert Fathers

The Desert Fathers were hermits, monks, and ascetics who lived mostly in the Scetes desert of Egypt beginning around the third century AD. They were the first Christian hermits who gave up their worldly good, abandoned the pagan cities of the time, and lived in solitude. The Desert Fathers had a profound impact on how …

Written by April 28th, 2020 Religion & Spirituality

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Dogs Don’t Care What Color Their Owners Are

There is a common argument about the evils of racism, and it states… Dogs don’t care what color their owner is. At first blush, the rhetoric is convincing, but it certainly does not stand up to scrutiny. Dogs—in fact, animals in general—do not have enough powers of discernment to correctly judge a person. Sure, they …

Written by May 21st, 2020 Society & Politics

Who Were the Desert Fathers

The Desert Fathers were hermits, monks, and ascetics who lived mostly in the Scetes desert of Egypt beginning around the third century AD. They were the first Christian hermits who gave up their worldly good, abandoned the pagan cities of the time, and lived in solitude. The Desert Fathers had a profound impact on how …

Written by April 28th, 2020 Religion & Spirituality

Artificial Demographic Shift – An Existential Crisis

Over the past few decades, the Western world has seen a substantial increase in the influx of immigrants (legal, and illegal). The increase has been the result of a push for ‘diversity’. This push has come from proponents of a one-world-government, arguing that diversity in the population of any country is a strength. It is …

Written by January 31st, 2020 Society & Politics

Fluoride: How it Got Into Our Water & Toothpaste

If you are like most, it has been drilled into your head that fluoride is very important for dental health, and that the best way to delivery this fluoride into your body is through fluoridated municipal water, and fluorinated toothpaste. As you might know, fluoride occurs naturally in a variety of foods such as fruits, …

Written by November 11th, 2019 Society & Politics

Alternative Stores of Value

During times of economic abundance, and social calm and cohesion, there are a vast variety of options when it comes to storing value. Even though it is good to have cash, the value which it holds is fully reliant on the stability of the economy and society. But, what happens if the economy collapses and/or …

Written by October 25th, 2019 Society & Politics

1 Corinthians 13:12 – “For now we see through a glass, darkly”

I have been thinking about the verse for a while, and have read many translations. The most commonly quoted version is the King James Version: For now we see through a  glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then  shall I know even as also I am known. 1 …

Written by October 25th, 2019 Religion & Spirituality