Tag Archives: G-d

The Anarchist G-d

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All that work on “The Politics of the Resurrection” put me in the mood for doing bigger and better research projects.  I am going to try to stay on top of my other reading goals, but starting tonight, I am … Continue reading

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Rejecting Socialism and the State as G-d: How I Became a Christian Anarchist Part VI

In the days following the Obama rally I attended, I gave up all patriotic allegiances. I abandoned the state as a provider of security and health. By looking at history, especially early 20th century history, and the ontology of the … Continue reading

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Crazy Love: Not My Book

I finished Francis Chan and Danae Yankoski’s Crazy Love literally about 10 minutes ago. After the first three chapters that I thoroughly ravaged in my previous post, nothing really perturbed me very bad. There were times when I felt annoyed, … Continue reading

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Yelling at a Person Under a Bus, ‘Watch Out! You’re About to Get Hit By a Bus!’

The title of this sermon is Yelling at a Person Under a Bus, ‘Watch Out! You’re About to Get Hit By a Bus!’ It concerns the 14th chapter of the Book of Jeremiah which might very well be one of … Continue reading

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