Monthly Archives: July 2013

On Conversion Stories

If there was such a thing as a Christian genre, the conversion story would be it. Perhaps uniquely, Christianity views the conversion, the turning away from the old life to the new, as the heart of the religious experience. Praxis … Continue reading

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In Which we Examine a Sociological Question

A recent survey was performed by the Barna group on questions about American attitude toward homsexuality and the broader questions of LGBTQ ‘rights’ (I choose to place rights in inverted commas because I believe the word to be seriously over- … Continue reading

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The Principles

There is a long standing tradition of seeing the presence of a Masculine and Feminine principle throughout all things. This is, of course, most obvious in human persons, but is not solely limited to a one-to-one masculine/male, feminine/female ordering. Whenever … Continue reading

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