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Black or White, On or Off…

Fundamentalism is not restricted to religions. Anyone that deals in absolutes is a fundamentalist. If they say: “You are either for us or against us” … they are fundamentalists. Such black and white, on or off absolutes are the domain … Continue reading

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Modern Times; Christian Behavior

I have been writing a blog for several years. I have written them thinking that there were some basic commonalities between the differing groups of Christians. Well, there are some, many in fact, but some of my assumptions were wrong. … Continue reading

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The Fundamental Problem

A battle is being waged for the minds of Americans. The battle is between religious fundamentalism and reason. The fate of the United States is not the only concern at stake, the future of the world is being decided. There … Continue reading

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What Kind of World

What kind of a world would we have if a fundamental Theocracy were erected in the United States? Supposing that a fundamentalist Theocrat were elected as president and a majority of fundamentalist Theocrats were elected to both House and Senate … Continue reading

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The God Virus: How it Infects Our Lives and Culture Pt 3

In The God Virus, Darrel Ray explains his view of what occurs when the virus infects an individual. Upon infection the virus begins creating “anti-bodies” to repel competing viruses. Typically the individual will be subjected to studies which provide justifications … Continue reading

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