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God’s Intermediaries?

Many religious leaders put themselves above God. They claim to be an intermediary between God and us, Demeaning both. God’s children need no intermediary. When a living human being becomes The primary character of any religious institution, That person becomes … Continue reading

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Alan Caruba: The Religious History of Obama

Many question Barack Obama’s background and religious affiliation.  Many would say that Obama’s only theological affiliation is with Saul Alinski’s Community Organizing” cult.  Others point to his membership in Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s Chicago church as “proof” of his being a … Continue reading

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Devout Atheism: A Serious Religion

“A Nativity scene has been displayed next to the Franklin County Courthouse in Brookville, Indiana for more than 50 years preceding Christmas, and local citizens are fighting to keep the time-honored holiday tradition (TPNN,net). “Wisconsin-based anti-Christ group, the Freedom from Religion … Continue reading

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Religion and the Pentagon

A friend asked me a very serious question yesterday. She asked what is happening to our country? I said that I truly do not know. I also told her that, more importantly,, I wish I had a solution. But I … Continue reading

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Made in America

I received what follows as an email. I don’t know who wrote it although I have tried to source it. I am going to include it here without annotation. If anyone knows who wrote it, please email me. And, if … Continue reading

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To My Chagrin

I read a letter to the editor in my local newspaper in 2008. As I started to read, I really thought that the writer was using satire to make some point. But then, to my chagrin, I realized that the … Continue reading

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