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Separation of church and state is often triumphed by self-labeled liberals in the US when it comes to keeping religion out of the law. When it comes to keeping the state out of faith, self-labeled conservatives will themselves fall back […]

A project to resurrect the dead using science has gained quite a bit of publicity recently and deserves at least one mention at Beliefnet. What is most intriguing is that this project isn’t just about resuscitating people who are clinically brain-dead, […]

Heat death is the point at which all energy in the universe is “used” and nothing can happen. Everything goes dark again – forever? The Lifeboat Foundation includes the heat death of the universe on its list of top existential threats to […]

With British politics ablaze in accusations that Labour Party members are “anti-Semitic”, this post will take a brief look at this grave and controversial subject. The remarks react to comments by Ken Livingstone (former London Mayor), Naz Shah, as well as a whole plethora of […]

Focusing on rather unusual beliefs, I’d like to look at one that isn’t as unusual as you might think. The idea that people should not have kids. Should people consider the economic costs of having a family? Sure. No-one should bring […]

You may have heard the phrase, “in the age of information, ignorance is a choice”. The quote is attributed to Donny Miller, a Christian spiritual writer. But is it true? Is ignorance a choice, or is something else going on in […]

Fitting for this site, let’s talk about belief – my belief. At times, I am convinced there is a will of the universe. Call it a type of fatalism. I believe when people talk of God, they are in fact talking […]

A borderless world, a human nation, a global patria*, a world government. These terms will attract you either fervent supporters or legions of enemies, but they are part of the steamroller of history. There is an inevitability to them. Zoltan […]

Who are your influences? This is a question I have decided to think about recently, and I encourage you to do the same. Our ideas aren’t purely credited to us. We are all part of an almost infinite continuum of […]

In response to an excellent commentary by my favorite modern academic, Immanuel Wallerstein, I would like to answer an essential question raised. The question is worded in alternate ways, as follow: Is it left to be internationalist, one-worldist, or is it left […]

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