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Is it prudent for the passions, propensities, and perspectives of the present to push aside the pervasive moral principles and probity of the past?

Has our culture walked away from the collective wisdom of mankind? Is it prudent for the passions, propensities, and perspectives of the present to push aside the pervasive moral principles and probity of the past? What makes us think that our … Continue reading

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Perhaps “Same sex marriage” is like a pair of same foot shoes (2 lefts or 2 rights) — not according to design.

Perhaps “Same sex marriage” Is like a pair of Same foot shoes (2 lefts or 2 rights) — Not according to design.

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Cravings Can Capture & Control Your Life

Unrestrained desire can dominate and defeat you.  Cravings can capture and control your life. Yet our society teaches us to surrender to desires, cravings, compulsions, and whims:  “If you feel like doing something, go for it, and don’t listen to … Continue reading

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Here’s A Curious Question: Isn’t “Same-Sex Marriage” An Oxymoron?

President Obama’s comment about same-sex marriage made me think. An oxymoron can be defined as a figure of speech which combines incongruous or contradictory terms. Since marriage has been defined for millennia as a relationship between a man and a … Continue reading

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