atheism
Peter Hitchens

The journalist and Christian younger brother of the late polemical atheist Christopher Hitchens observed in an interview with Larry Taunton of Fixed Point Foundation that the appeal of “new atheist” literature and agendas is due to┬ápeople (particularly the youth) seeking

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Anyone who has followed my writings for awhile knows that I have a thing for men of science. I adored Sir Isaac Newton at an early age, I wrote a screenplay about Chief Chemist Harvey Wiley as a teenage girl

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My break from college thus far has been quite interesting. In the midst of keeping myself plenty busy with writing projects, some surprises hatched along the way. On July 5th we put one of our Transylvania Naked Neck/Silkie cross hens

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It has been quite awhile since I made a blog post categorized under the “Journal” label. In an effort to be professional and not fill the blogosphere with personalized, sentimental clutter that once characterized the silly blog posts of my

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The atmosphere surrounding the Tea Party has been ruthlessly blamed. But assassination attempts and lone gunmen are not 21st century phenomena. What age-old train of thought did Jared Loughner actually express? Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) was greeting constituents during a

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