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Uncertainty is Bliss

It’s an underlying philosophical assumption: We cannot understand reality from our fallen condition. Thus, we are cynical about any effort to present human history, and even more cynical about guesses of events before humans began recording them. Even if we … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 06

Men, if you think of yourself in terms of a knight in shining armor, you are serving a pagan god. I’m not going to drag this out; it will be condensed. When the German hordes invaded the Roman Empire starting … Continue reading

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Brave, Brave Man

I’m not going to say too much about this, just offer the link: American Pravda: Oddities of the Jewish Religion Let’s watch and see what happens to Ron Unz for daring to report objectively what so many others already know. … Continue reading

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Carving the Carcass of the Fall

Over the years in my reading of scholarly literature about Church History, I’ve noticed a major problem with the literature. The whole sweep of Church History published in English, and even a great deal of translated works from other languages, … Continue reading

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Constitutional Deception

There are few things more annoying than getting lost in debate with someone who believes the US Constitution is somehow sacred writ. First of all, on a legal level, the Constitution was a coup. It was the product of a … Continue reading

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Photography: Yukon and El Reno

My car is working much better now, so I tested it by driving west on US 66. Once you get past Lake Overholser, the next landmark is Yukon, one of the biggest Czech cities in Oklahoma. By the way, it’s … Continue reading

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Photography: Luther and Wellston

In terms of photography, Luther’s claim to fame is the very large percentage of old buildings. The town sits on the southern ridge above the Deep Fork River and was built around a feed mill up against the railroad tracks. … Continue reading

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