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Cheer Up: Negativity bias – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Posted in Faith, General Discussion, Personal Remembrances with tags on September 17, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Negativity bias – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Cranmer: Christians are being slaughtered by Wahhabi Islamists all over the world: who is their Stephen Fry?

Posted in Christianity, Faith on August 18, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Cranmer: Christians are being slaughtered by Wahhabi Islamists all over the world: who is their Stephen Fry?.

Should we pray to Mother-Father God, Benevolent Being? The Chili Cornbread Eucharist:

Posted in Christianity, Culture, Faith, First Things, Religion with tags on August 15, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Mother-Father God, Benevolent Being

via The American Spectator : Ex-Evangelicals & Chili Cornbread Eucharist.

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Pascal’s Pensées, by Blaise Pascal.

Posted in Faith, First Things, Philosophy, Religion, Science with tags on August 13, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Who doesn’t love free books! Pascal’s Pensees with a forward by TS Eliot:

via The Project Gutenberg eBook of Pascal's Pensées, by Blaise Pascal..

Why Aren’t Religious People More Creative? | The American Conservative

Posted in Art, Christianity, creativity, Culture, Faith, First Things on August 10, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Rod Dreher over at TAC asks this wonderful question and I can’t help but think, Yea! Not mentioned very loudly, however, the culture, media, and academe have all been hijacked by people that hate the religious (especially the Christian variety) and make no bones about mocking them/us on a moment-by-moment basis. This happened to me in college as my writing instructors regularly graded me down for expressing conservative views. I learned quickly to keep it all to myself.

Why Aren’t Religious People More Creative? | The American Conservative.

The Other McCain: No Love for the Godless

Posted in Christianity, Faith, First Things, General Discussion, Religion with tags , on August 9, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Yes, indeed: What would Darwin say about sexual harassment allegations among atheists?

An excellent question I always want to ask but atheists never give me the chance. They spend most of their time walking around me shouting obscenities and avoiding eye contact.

via The American Spectator : No Love for the Godless.

Self-Surrender and Superabundance

Posted in Faith, First Things on August 1, 2013 by McKinley Pitts

Self-Surrender and Superabundance.

via Self-Surrender and Superabundance.