Enlightenment

wtb on July 3rd, 2011

A friend recently related the story of how he once pointed a T-37 Trainer straight up to see how high he could go.

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wtb on August 14th, 2010

Confused about sexuality, unfaithful to friends, fawning towards enemies, unwilling to control the borders, unwilling to enforce the law, unable to pay the bills, unwilling to set a budget, unwilling to tell the truth . . . Those are just a few of the things that cloud the future of the country. Could there be […]

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wtb on June 7th, 2009

Watch TV or read the newspaper for any length of time and notice how often people talk about “making sense” of an experience or “giving meaning” to some event– often tragic. Copyright RNS. Use here in critical commentary is considered fair use.

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wtb on January 5th, 2009

One of the most significant developments in Western history was the way the Enlightenment used a scientific approach to history to discredit the Bible as history.

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