That old familiar fear, that nothin’ ain’t no good

After the last two posts touching on Christian eschatological hope, I came across this contrary point of view, by the haunting David Gray. Some of the lyrics: Maybe that it would do me good If I believed there were a god Out in the starry firmament But as it is that's just a lie And... Continue Reading →


The Witness of Bearing Children

Peter Berger explaining his hypothesis as to why religious people have more children than secular people (here): For a believing Jew, Christian or Muslim, the future of the world, his own future, and that of his children lies in the hands of a compassionate God. Every mother, of any faith or of no faith at... Continue Reading →

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