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One symptom of the Curse of the Fall is our natural tendency to trust charisma over moral truth. God works through His Creation. Indeed, Creation — Reality — is imbued with His moral character. In terms of human experience, there … Continue reading
Spiritual truth defies precise description. The only proper language for it is indicative language: characterizing, symbolism, parable. God Himself views all of human history as spread out before Him and nothing hinders His hand from adjusting anything anywhere or anywhen. … Continue reading
The famous meme taking a line from a stupid movie — “You can’t handle the truth!” — had nothing to do with whether the truth was so mind-blowing, but that the person demanding the truth was so lame. It reflects … Continue reading
The hard core gamer walk-throughs presented on YouTube are instructive. Back in my youth, I was a serious fanatic of Science Fiction. I could get lost in novels and short story anthologies for days at a time. I bought a … Continue reading
If there’s one thing we affirm and embrace from the nascent Networked Civilization, it is the ethics of Open Source. I’ve already stated quite bluntly that I don’t support the legal concept of copyright and intellectual property because I’m convinced … Continue reading