Archive for ‘August, 2010

Of the South Unseen

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I’m not writing this for congratulations. I really doubted the truth of the man’s story in the first placeĀ about how he needed $231 to satisfy a five year old debt to the Housing Board so he could re-apply for section eight housing. I’ve gotten cynical, I’m ashamed to say, having heard the myriad and sometimes […] Read more »

Of Orthopraxis

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I was forwarded an interview conducted by Interfaithnet, a web site that explores matters of philosophy and faith in a post-modern context. The interview was with Sam Harris, a noted ethicist and professed opponent of organized religion. He states that church doctrine and dogma are broadly erroneous and in some cases downright dangerous (justifying murder, […] Read more »