Author Archives: Candlewycke
In the Church, Catholic or Protestant, there should be no room for Conservatism or Liberalism, only truth. We often hear about social justice, but whould we care about refugees or immigrants (illegal or not)? The answer is yes, of course … Continue reading
Star Trek, Future visions and the shortcomings of secular humanism ability to tell a story about human nature.
Curious that Star Trek, a show created to tell a secular humanist stroy about mans ultimate triumph over supersitition could only tell human stories about human-like aliens by relying on religious tropes, including powerful deities, that are familiar to so … Continue reading
Consider the following when considering the Bible… Form: How does the bible as individual texts and as a collective corpus appear to us, and how did it appear to the ancients? Matter: What is the physicality of the Bible? Why a … Continue reading
Paredolia is the curious phenomenon of seeing familiar things that are not really there. Its what happens when we see a particular shape in the clouds or mistake a stranger for an old friend.But how often to we see this … Continue reading
God is not wholly good. Shocking sentiment I know but I believe it to be true. Good is largely a human-centric term defined as much by its being in opposition to what is evil as it is to its innate … Continue reading
The great conundrum for the modern secularist is that god is supernatural. As the supernatural contains all those things deemed to be fictions, such as ghosts and goblins and magic hats then of course they conclude the supernatural itself must … Continue reading