Monthly Archives: June 2012

Christianity and Medicine

Today I had to pre-register at a new medical facility for some tests.  No big deal, I thought. They would ask for insurance information and we’d be finished.  But, that was not what happened. The employee of the doctor’s office … Continue reading

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Romney and the Touchscreen

Yesterday, the news reported that Mitt Romney was fascinated by ordering food using a touchscreen system at a gas station convenience store.  Perhaps he may not have known about touchscreen computers, but it is difficult to believe that he had … Continue reading

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Modern Christian Preconceptions

Preconceived ideas about historical Christianity seem to fall into two groups. The first group believes that any changes in Christian concepts have arisen from the evolution of people and society over the centuries. Most likely this bias is based on … Continue reading

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