Month: <span>December 2020</span>

Month: December 2020

High Cost of Political Myopia

Having recently experienced cataract removal, your’s truly understands poor vision. Left unattended, some optical maladies end in blindness. Worse are those, with eyes, who won’t see. That old bromide, “There are none so blind as those who will not see,” is an epigram traced back to English writer John Heywood, …


Reluctantly Convinced

When mortals are confronted with a turbulent sea of doubt, we tend to look around to see if anyone else shares our reluctance. This appears to be true after a deep dive into examining Christianity. It appears that in many instances, reluctance preceded unshakeable faith. It has, in fact, found …

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