Category Archives: Christianity

Framing

Comments: * Luke, are you still able to understand that at some level, what Dooovid was saying about “frames” goes for religious truths also — in particular, your happy claim about how your focus on connection with your religious community … Continue reading

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America’s Surging Anti-Gentilism

There are times when some Jews find “Judeo-Christian” a useful term because it welds the much smaller Jewish population into a unity with the majority Christian culture but when incentives change so that it becomes more important to be aggrieved … Continue reading

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Are The Alt Right A Bunch Of Nazis?

Robert Griffin writes: Hitler had a biocentric worldview. His perspective on life was first of all referenced in Nature. Hitler contended that before anything else we must attend to Nature, the world of living things and their environments. Man is … Continue reading

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Where Does Judaism Differ From Christianity?

Dennis Prager writes: Ethical monotheism means two things: 1. There is one God from whom emanates one morality for all humanity. 2. God’s primary demand of people is that they act decently toward one another. If all people subscribed to … Continue reading

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E. Michael Jones on Harvey Weinstein

Rhondda writes: I am not a Catholic, or even a Christian, even though I was brought up in a liberal Protestant church, but sometimes I do appreciate E. Michael Jones for his insights about people. His latest discussion on YouTube … Continue reading

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