Should we Rebel Against Morality?

Just because Catholicism/Christianity is commonly associated with morality in the west, does not mean that morality is a bad thing, or that it should be rebelled against. It is a logical fallacy to assume that because Christianity is a poor role model that morality is no longer relevant to a well functioning society; Christianity and morality are not the same thing. I see and hear people say, especially through their […]
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The Reason for a Logical Jesus

Why has the use of logic become an antithesis of faith?  For what reason? When I was growing up as a Christian, I was taught that according to the Bible, Jesus was the “Word of God”, and that the “Word was God”, and that therefore “Jesus was God”.   I was taught this tradition based upon John 1:1 and John 1:14, which reads, As you can see from this next graphic, an […]
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Jesus, Logic, & the Trivium

In speaking of Jesus, John 1:1 has this to say: “In the beginning, there was the word [logos], and the word [logos] was with God, and the word [logos] was God”. Logos is the Greek word for “logic”, but Christian theology has ignored this possible translation from their interpretations of logos, and their understanding of Jesus; that he might have been the embodiment of logical thinking. This verse could very well have been claiming that […]
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