Monthly Archives: March 2016

Evangelicals supporting Trump need Sunday School

Even aethists have struggles with faith. They have at least considered what it means. Devout Christians often struggle. Life on earth is trying and confusing. It tests us.    I struggle with my faith. Finding wisdom is hard work even … Continue reading

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St.Augustine , Chomsky , City of God

Well perhaps 2016AD isn’t much different than 426AD except both pirate and emperor have bigger guns…. In the “City of God,” St. Augustine tells the story of a pirate captured by Alexander the Great. The Emperor angrily demanded of him, … Continue reading

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So fun- high school legacy 

It’s so much fun to witness positive high school heritage when you an old guy like me. Following @kssowls and Western Canada Basketball Facebook has underlined the school spirit that many think is far gone.     People like Kim Whelpton … Continue reading

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Beware… ‘American Demagogue’ as your neighbour I’m worried

Ok I’m a poli junkie but we all need to stay aware too. As a Canadian, I don’t have any special wisdom on American politics but I can smell a ruse when I sniff one. I care for my neighbours. I … Continue reading

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Donald and Christians

How any Christian could find a will to endorse or even tolerate Trump platform and style, it also is unlikely that majority of evangelicals actually support Donald. Most believers don’t support extremists like Jerry Falwell( who backs Trump btw) Evangelicals … Continue reading

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My winter reading roster..

I’ve had another enjoyable winter reading adventure. Girls on trains, Old Testament, spider webs, dam busters, dogs, sea, sickroom, nuns, emancipation… As a teacher-librarian for 15 years, I read about 3 fiction and non-fiction titles per week-it was a job … Continue reading

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