Monthly Archives: December 2006

The Celestial Teapot

Article discussed in this entry: The Celestial Teapot James Wood provides an excellent critique of the current crop of atheistic writers currently clogging the best seller lists. Wood hits the target with his philosophical dismissals of Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett

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CBC’s “Seven” on evangelical Christianity

The National has a series called “Seven”, which documents Mark Kelley’s experiences in a “week in the life of” sort of format. Yesterday’s Seven broadcast highlighted Mark’s time spent with evangelical Christians. You can view yesterday’s broadcast at CBC.ca: http://www.cbc.ca/news/media/seven.html

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Would killing me make you right?

You’ve gotta be kidding me… I read a commentary piece from David Warren the other day, in which Warren tried to explain the “right way” of winning in Iraq. Warren likened the war in Iraq to fighting the Nazis in

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Some DaVinci Code Factual Weaknesses

I know, I know… the DaVinci Code has been out for a while now. But, I recently re-read the book and feel the need to comment on it, just for the record. So, here goes… Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code

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Forgiveness

It’s a tough question… could you forgive someone who did you wrong? A story in today’s news caught my eye: Forgive Iraqi captors, former hostages plead. Three former hostages urge forgiveness for Iraqi captors. Spare Iraqi kidnappers, Loney pleads. James

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