Tag Archive: criticism

sin, again

the more I have opened myself to hearing from God, the less hold sin has on my thoughts and behavior There’s a crazy notion on the loose.  Why do people think they’re prone… Continue reading

a word about discrimination

Discrimination is an odd little thing.  Things can look so nice on the surface but it’s all rather grimy underneath.  I live in a country with a female president.  It’s also proud to… Continue reading

the art of overthinking

If you won’t read the relevant material why should I have a conversation with you? I appreciate philosophy, I really do.  I like thinking about life, hearing new ideas and seeing things in… Continue reading

the innocent allure of a hot drink

he really could have just wanted to speak to her There’s a bit of confusion in some sectors of the population, hopefully not many, about where the modern feminist expression of female sexuality… Continue reading

is morality timeless?

you are reading the bible like a layman, you can extract meaning but not scholarship I had a dead-end comment chat with a Christian recently.  Not that big a surprise, I guess, as… Continue reading

areas of sinister control

Sooner or later, the American people will accept Obama’s many invitations to war. It’s interesting viewing politics in the USA from afar.  As a world citizen, I was afraid when George W Bush… Continue reading

perfection

If humankind is good, why haven’t there been any perfect people down through history we can look to and emulate? I was asked this question recently in response to my opposition to defining… Continue reading

a reflection of those who created it

“I’m going to be a feminist this year!” I understand that it’s natural to want to believe in a supernatural power guiding and protecting (to a certain extent) humanity. It’s comforting and convenient… Continue reading

all things good

“because you just never know …” I’ve been musing once more about why humans believe in deities. Previously, in pause for lightening strike, I put it down to the need for an extension… Continue reading