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Life without God

Dostoyevsky reminded us in The Brothers Kararamazov that "if God does not exist, everything is permissible." We are now seeing "everything." ...


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No Private Religions

The modern habit of saying, "This is my opinion, but I may be wrong," is entirely irrational. If I say that it may be wrong I say that it is ...


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The Only Way

The Christian way is not the "middle way" between extremes but the "narrow way" between precipices.


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Views on Absolutes

In response to the statement "There are clear guidelines about what's good or evil that apply to everyone regardless of their situation," the percentage ...


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Directions Take Climbers over Cliff

Trail magazine, with 37,000 readers, is one of the most widely distributed climbing magazines.

The February 2004 issue provided directions for climbers ...


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"Matrix Reloaded": Holding to Absolute Truth

In the Matrix Reloaded, Captain Lock is irritated by Morpheus' unwavering conviction that he has found the savior of humankind and tries to undermine ...


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Church Advertises That Truth Doesn't Matter

Our church rented a theater to watch The Passion of the Christ on opening weekend. Afterward we gathered for dinner, discussion, and prayer. I returned ...


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Author Lists 10 Convictions Governing Secularists

In his book The New Absolutes, William Watkins identifies 10 core convictions that govern today's secularists:

(1) Religion interferes with freedom and ...


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"The Revenge of the Sith" and Absolute Truth

What does Star Wars Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith, have to say about absolute truths?

First, there is an interchange between Jedi Master Obi-Wan ...


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New Religion Based on No Authority

A new religion invented by a Massachusetts psychologist has been gaining popularity over recent years. Called "Yoism," this system of beliefs is based ...


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