Whenever I hear, or read about the Blood of Jesus, I feel itchy, stinky, disturbed. I don’t like blood, nor the smell, neither the taste, or the color. Do you? … Continue reading
I love a not-so-famous paradox (Newcomb’s paradox) which I think is related to the theory of compatibility between Free Will and Predestination. I strongly feel that a selective atonement or … Continue reading
Hank yesterday taught me a lesson, a tough lesson which all these tv series, and cutie comedies are hiding from us all. “You’re the smartest guy I ever met and you’re … Continue reading
Sex for Augustine is not wrong, but it brings bad consequences: what???
A rare example of honesty, from The Trinity: Evidence and Issues the non-Christian begins with his own set of presuppositions. He assumes that his first principles are a priori truths. … Continue reading
I noticed how these days the books I read are so sad, moody. And I’m sad and moody. Before I used to read happy ending stories, I can’t find anymore? … Continue reading
I love the color, but I hate his stiffness, I love the umbrella, I hate their style, I love the cute moment, I hate his hair I love the flowing … Continue reading
Do you know what I’m talking about? No!!! not the medical term, not the linguistic definition. Screw you wikipedia’s reader. Do you KNOW it? Like breathing heavy, you can feel … Continue reading
By the way, who killed JFK? Do we know it, now? We should, after so many years, wars, changings, right? And we are still talking about WE SHOULD UNDERSTAND GOD, … Continue reading
I am watching the series Little pretty liars and it is full of suspence, mystery and moody. And obviously Pretty. But what do you do then? You enjoy it, right? … Continue reading
1. Why is law so ubiquitous or universal throughout the cosmos?
2. How do laws originate—who makes the rules?
3. Why should we care anyway?
The Bible as seen through the first verse of each book: a Story here and there