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Who said Calvinists don’t know how to have fun?

October 24, 2010

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The image of the non-fun loving Calvinist is in dire need of exposure to some light of truth.  John Calvin, though one of the intellectual giants of Theology, was not the judgmental curmudgeon that he is so often portrayed.  Brother Calvin, it seems was often seen, on days other than the Sabbath,  lawn bowling in […]

The Federal Reserve and the road to Hyper-Inflation

October 18, 2010

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It seems to be a foregone conclusion that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will push for another round of Quantitative Easing (Printing more money) sometime after Nov. 3rd.    The Fed seems to think that the risk of unleashing future hyper-inflation is better than allowing the markets to take care of  the Nations current financial woes in […]

Aquinas, Kierkegaard and the demonstrability of the existence of God?

October 12, 2010

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Thomas Aquinas believed that the existence of God could be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.  He stated that there were five ways that this  proposition was demonstrable.  In his  “Summa Theologica”  Thomas  states his case beginning with the theory of motion and the necessity of a prime mover.  Aristotle had made this argument previously and […]