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Building Worldviews

18

Oct'19

Zeno’s Child

Of course, for good reasons, the ancients were fascinated with bows and arrows, and they frequently used shooting as a metaphor to describe truth, life purpose, virtue, and sin . . .

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15

Oct'19

Seven Types of Atheism

John Gray’s recent book, Seven Types of Atheism, however, says very clearly: “Not so fast. There are many commonalities between religious persons and atheists . . .

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08

Oct'19

Primal Screams

Ms. Eberstadt supports the feminist agenda of freedom of opportunity across the board, but she objects to what has become, quite literally, throwing the “baby out with the bath water” . . .

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04

Oct'19

We Are the World? How?

Urban suggests that each person consists of two selves, an Inner Self and an Outer Self (see below). The Inner Self is the product of a constant struggle between two minds, the Primitive Mind and the Higher Mind . . .

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27

Sep'19

God is Gracious – Part III of III

At the end of our last Circling post, God is Gracious – Part II of III, we promised some answers to the mystery of the classic Western movie, Shane . . .

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25

Sep'19

God is Gracious – Part II of III

In our lighter moments, many of us might feel like Jeff Lebowski in The Big Lebowski or Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, being at the crossroads . . .

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20

Sep'19

Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds

Praxis Circle’s team likes on Fridays to offer something relevant to the worldview conversation on a distinctly lighter note. . .

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18

Sep'19

God is Gracious – Part I of III

But no, this time we’re talking about T.H.E. Lone Ranger, the one above all others to any bona fide movie fan (regardless of age). . .

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13

Sep'19

Can Darwin Survive?

It features three well-established academics who believe Charles Darwin was wrong about natural selection’s ability to create new species . . .

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10

Sep'19

One Brit’s Childhood in China

Our stories are usually interesting, and often dramatic, entertaining, or fun; we all can and do learn from each other. In fact, . . .

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