Monthly Archives: May 2014

Outside the Christian Bubble

I have decided to post all the sections of my book A Rational Faith on this site with notes explaining the purpose behind the various sections.  The first section of the book is the Introduction and the purpose was to … Continue reading

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Lesson from a Shower Squeegee

Some time ago, I was cleaning the bathroom after a prolonged period of neglect.  Noticing that the shower glass was encrusted with hard water deposits, I brought the glass cleaner and did my best to clean it off.  After three … Continue reading

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God Against the Prudent

I am an extremely conservative individual. To illustrate just how conservative, consider the way I decided to handle my interactions with the opposite sex. When I was a young man, you understand, I made a tremendous strategic blunder that has … Continue reading

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Rereading Job

Job has always been my second favourite book in the Bible (my favourite is Jonah).  I have loved it since I recognized what must be the oldest use of sarcasm in recorded human history.  “Surely you are the people and … Continue reading

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A Journey with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

“Is not this great Babylon, that I have built for the house of the kingdom by the might of my power, and for the honour of my majesty?”  (Daniel 4:30) With these words, Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon began a seven … Continue reading

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