Tag Archives: Abraham

What I Believe, and What Islam Teaches

On Wednesday, I’m scheduled to interview an American imam. But I’m a member of the doubting community, not any faith community, which means that I trace my intellectual lineage to people like these: Rene Descartes. Descartes made the first principle of his life, … Continue reading

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Deuteronomy 21:21 on trial: NY woman murders daughter for dishonoring her

A woman recently removed the rebellious blight of her daughter from the community, murdering the offspring of her loins for chronic disrespect. Here’s the AP today via Breibart: A woman accused of strangling her daughter on a college campus apartment … Continue reading

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“God” Said It, Tucker Carlson Believed It, That Settles It?

If you’ve ever wondered whether or not God actually exists, you can now rest easy with a definite answer, because conservative cable-talker, Tucker Carlson, heard God’s voice, audibly and directly, and can report that he now knows that God exists, and … Continue reading

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To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before: Gilgamesh’s Inner Call to Create and Move

Toward the beginning of Part 2 of the Gilgamesh Epic, Gilgamesh desires to go away from his Mesopotamian city of Uruk, to the far-off forested “Land of Cedars,” guarded by the fierce dragon Humbaba. This going out to the Land of Cedars … Continue reading

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