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A Reflection on a Sermon of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Refuting Atheistic Materialism

January 20, 2019 3 Comments
A Reflection on a Sermon of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Refuting Atheistic Materialism

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose birthday we commemorate on Monday, is best known as a civil rights leader who worked to end racial injustice, but he had other things to say as he preached each Sunday, first in his own assembly and later as he spoke around the country. Among his recorded sermons is […]

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Greed: A Meditation on an Underreported Sin

July 20, 2017 11 Comments
Greed: A Meditation on an Underreported Sin

One of the more underreported sins is greed. It is easy to conclude that greed is something manifested by “that other person,” who has more than I do. Yes, that rich guy over there, the one who earns a dollar more per hour than I do; he’s greedy, but I’m not. But honestly, does any one […]

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The Doctor is In – A Reflection on a Sermon of Dr. Martin Luther King refuting Atheist Materialism

January 19, 2014 18 Comments
The Doctor is In – A Reflection on a Sermon of Dr. Martin Luther King refuting Atheist Materialism

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose birth we commemorate this weekend, is most known for his work with racial justice and civil rights. But Dr. King had other things to say as he preached each Sunday, first in his own assembly and later as he moved about. Among the recorded sermons that are available comes […]

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Cerberus, the Three-Headed Dog. An Allegory for What Ails Our Culture?

February 25, 2011 15 Comments

In ancient Greek mythology the dog Cerberus guarded the entrance to Hades (the misty and gloomy underworld, the abode of the dead), permitting anyone to enter but none to leave. Cerberus  is usually depicted as a three headed dog and some have tried to link this to his seeing the past, present and future. Cerberus’ […]

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