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Why are Dr. Seuss’s depictions racist, but Lego’s not?

Because Dr. Seuss’s estate announced that they will stop publishing a few titles with racist images, I looked up some of the books which contain these offensive images. (By the way, this is not quite “cancel culture” – they are … Continue reading

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Why should feminists be concerned about transwomen in female jails and prisons? A look at the numbers.

This article aims to look at numbers for incarceration, and find a conclusion on whether including trans people in the prison of their choice would make a statistically significant difference to the situation in those prisons or jails. I am … Continue reading

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What Bohemian Rhapsody is about – my theory

There are a lot of songs which, by the time you heard two lines of it, you already know what the song is about. Bohemian Rhapsody is not one of them. There is more than one theory on the story … Continue reading

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What does it really mean to stand up for life in a violent world?

I just finished a riveting action/ crime novel, and it was a page-turner: The main character is a bodyguard, protecting a lottery winner. 7 people get killed in the story. 5 characters are personally responsible for at least one of … Continue reading

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Why most women are not “cisgender”- and why it matters

I am an administrator of a Facebook group that discuss how women are treated in the church, and how to understand the Bible on the topic. Our main issues in the group are misusing the Bible to say women should … Continue reading

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The boy and the witch

It is an old story. It is told in many versions, by different writers: > Kay (in “The Snow Queen”) gets enchanted by the evil snow queen and his friend Gerda saves him. > Edmund (in “The Lion, the Witch … Continue reading

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A scientific study of tongue-speaking?

“…test them all; hold on to what is good, 22 reject every kind of evil.“ says 1 Thes. 5. Okay, I want to test if the thing called “speaking in tongues” done in Charismatic churches is really a supernatural gift … Continue reading

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Good News Clubs and their critics: Introduction

If you ask me who, in my adult life, was my biggest role model, I will struggle to boil it down to one person. But I can boil it down to two in a heartbeat: Tania and Werner Schultz. You … Continue reading

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Pro-lifers need to think bigger

In the abortion debate, I find it hard to give my support to anyone. I believe the pro-lifers: we should not simply kill the unborn for being unwanted. I believe the pro-choicers: Sometimes, the circumstances of a woman is such … Continue reading

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Good News Clubs and their critics, part 5: Clubs are not linked to American politics in the way Katherine Stewart claims

Previous part:<<Good news clubs and their critics, part 4: My conversation with Eric Ceynar (“Intrinsic Dignity” opposes the Gospel message itself)—————————————————–   Before we start with Katherine Stewart’s accusations against GNCs, I want to state one paragraph with facts: Child … Continue reading

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