Category Archives: God

Under-Earning As An Addiction

One day this past week, I listened five times to talk #8 from Underearners Anonymous. Every time I listened, I felt like I shed a layer of defensiveness and denial. Pam: My sponsor reminds me that we’re either channeling our … Continue reading

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God and the Religions

One smart goy writes: Go read Deuteronomy 13:1-11. Come on. Just do it. What do you think about this part: “If your very own brother, or your son or daughter, or the wife you love, or your closest friend secretly … Continue reading

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Monotheistic Religions May Encourage Paternal Investment

From the Chateau: Twatter tartlet @clairlemon passes along a study sure to get on the nerves of neckbeard atheists and secular anti-Christian (((feminists))). She writes, Interesting paper suggests that monotheistic religion is a paternity-certainty facilitator. With paternity certainty, comes paternal … Continue reading

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A Terrifying Thought

During a five-minute meditation in a 12-step meeting last week, I had a terrifying thought — how does God want me to spend my day? Then the scary questions just kept on coming: How does God want me to deal … Continue reading

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Understanding Rebellion Against God

The most profound way of quelling rebellion is by exposing its true nature: our refusal to be satisfied with our present understanding of God and our revulsion against the shallowness of our relationship with Him. Our rebellion articulates our despair: … Continue reading

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