Category Archives: Religion

Unjust laws

We, especially we here in Washington State, seem to be under a barrage of new laws lately that define the kind of people we will become. At this crossroads, will we remain a nation held to the high moral standards …

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She’s a Witch; Burn Her!

Over on Facebook, KGMI was refferring to an appearance by Christine O’Donnell on CNN last night.  By all accounts I’ve read of Christine O’Donnell, she would make a great senator for her state, so I’m a little sorry I’m posting …

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Both a right and wrong

No matter how stupid, insensitive, or self-serving we might think it is, the New Yorkers who wish to build a mosque near ground zero do have a right to build it.   As I’ve said in a previous post and comment, …

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Ground Zero Mosque

I’ve been enjoying an abundance of play and enduring an abundance of work this summer and so have not had much time for blogging.  The proposed ground zero mosque though has been the subject of much reading on my part …

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Easter and more good news

Find joy and comfort today both in that Christ rose on this day and that we live in a nation where we are free to celebrate His rising with our Christian neighbors.   Today’s the day Christians believe Jesus Christ was …

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On a Merry note

As I said earlier I got caught on the whole Holiday tree vs. Christmas tree at our nation’s capital.  The fact that it is so easy to think negatively about our nation’s leader and the moral state of our nation …

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