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Good People Aren’t Nice People

What is a good person? Many people shy away from answering questions like this in public. But such questions must be asked, and we must try and answer them. Though our answers may never be exhaustive, our answers can nevertheless … Continue reading

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Success in the New Age

What does thriving in the information age mean? What does thriving mean? We all want to thrive, don’t we? Of course we do. We want more than surviving. Let us live life to the fullest by understanding 4 simple ideas: … Continue reading

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The Ideal of a Leisure State G. K. Chesterton

 Originally Published in the The Illustrated London News, March 21, 1925 Among the strange and rather stiff antics of the rather antiquated art of party journalism is the duty laid upon the good party man of trying to disagree with … Continue reading

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Social Reform versus Birth Control by G.K. Chesterton

The real history of the world is full of the queerest cases of notions that have turned clean head-over-heels and completely contradicted themselves. The last example is an extraordinary notion that what is called Birth Control is a social reform … Continue reading

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Democracy and Industrialism by G. K. Chesterton

It grows plainer, every day, that those of us who cling to crumbling creeds and dogmas, and defend the dying traditions of the Dark Ages, will soon be left alone defending the most obviously decaying of all those ancient dogmas: … Continue reading

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The Return of the Angels by G. K. Chesterton

I write these remarks with one great hope, that of arousing controversy. It is really a singular matter that amid all the talk of the great work of physical science and its alleged victory over religious dogmatism, no one has … Continue reading

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Ethics is the Study of Righteousness

Ethics is the field of study about what is right or wrong to desire, will and enact, as humans. What is righteousness? This is the question.  Or in other words, ethics is the study of what outward and inward behavior … Continue reading

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The Perversion of Religion

Atheists often discuss religion in vague terms and with unfounded definitions and assumptions. If you type in “Religion is” into Google, the first page of results will yield many sites entitled “Religion is Bullshit”. This article will show why this … Continue reading

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Cosmology Of Christians: The Christian Universe At Large

What is the Christian worldview? Let’s start with the universe, and narrow our scope later. To understand the everyday particulars, our general paradigm must be accurate. What do Christians believe? This is a primer regarding the cosmology of Christians. To … Continue reading

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Why is God Relevant?: A Primer

God’s identity refers to the character of God, His personhood, and His various characteristics. God is tri-personal, meaning that He is three-persons in one being, or three ‘whos’ and one ‘what’. Originally posted 2011-12-15 19:26:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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