Choice of “status quo” or insane denial and destruction


How did we get here? On the one hand, we have this: “Mr Biden has rejected the Utopian ideas of the left.” During an ongoing Ecological Crisis and a pandemic. I don’t find that encouraging at all. What kind of economic woes will we have if we continue to slow-walk/kick the can down the road? Even so, we are faced Continue Reading

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The covid “hoax” that Trumpsters say Trump didn’t mean


Does someone want to explain to me that this hubub about how Trump DID NOT refer to the virus as a hoax when he said “This is the Democrats new hoax” — and instead, really meant their POLITICIZING it— is any different from communicating that RESPONDING to the hoax with any caution at all is effectively THE SAME THING? I’ve Continue Reading

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The “chillers”: what “blasphemy” is all about


This is what “blasphemy” is all about: Not using the word “God” or “Jesus” along with cuss words, but claiming to be Christian and then living as though that means nothing (an insight I heard long ago from a theological hero of mine, Clarence Jordan. ) Relating to this quote, the “chiilers” are the blasphemers. HT Steve Peck

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Facebook Comment Thread on “I agree taking care of the planet is important, but…”


Comment section thread under: https://www.facebook.com/howard.snyder.94/posts/3251398371581355 beginning with https://www.facebook.com/howard.snyder.94/posts/3251398371581355?comment_id=3251708074883718 Commentor: “I agree that taking care of the planet is important, but think life should take priority. From a scientific perspective I would recommend Bjorn Lomborg’s book How to spend $75 billion to make the world a better place. Howard Snyder: “Life of people; life of the planet; life of all God’s Continue Reading

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All for neighbor?


So spot on as to the problem with “identity theology” , which doesn’t bother with the right question. It focuses instead on “correctness” as something one “owns” and others don’t. It’s failure to ask about how our neighbor is affected , and neglected, is what makes it a doorway to hate, which is born out of ignorance of the neighbor’s Continue Reading

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