Author Archives: Candlewycke

A brief meditation post


If you died today, and in fantasy film fashion were faced with the possibility of returning to earth if you can make your case to a heavenly appointed judge, what would you say? Has any part of your life to … Continue reading

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The World and College


Elizabeth Devos, Donald Trump’s nominee for the Department of Education testified before an often hostile group of elected representatives where she made an interesting point but not quite in the way she believed she was making it. When asked about … Continue reading

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7 stages of estrangement from God.


In a recent “Q” seminar hosted by Dr. Mark Yarhous, Philosopher and Clinical Psychologist and Theologian speaking of the issues of Transgenderism utilizes three lenses through which people, especially Christians see and define those suffering from gender Dysphoria, Identity, Disability … Continue reading

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For the Bible Tells Me So: Different ways to approach the Bible, why they matter and how they divide us.


The Bible is the worlds most important book. It has endured, been validated, argued over, denied, rejected, embraced and changed peoples lives unlike any other text, sacred or profane that ever was. Atheists deplore what it says, humanists find a … Continue reading

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Why we fail to grow…


People want the attention that goes with voicing their problems, and this includes groups as culturally, socially and politically diverse as Black Lives Matter, Christians living in “post-Christian” America, Conservatives who feel Liberalism is destroying the nation and Liberals who … Continue reading

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How do we fight, when we must fight


  Facing Conflict under the shadow of the cross By Candkewycke “Justice is in the interest of the strongest” – Thracymachus in Plato’s Republic “The most disadvantageous peace is better than the most just war” – Erasmus “ The purpose … Continue reading

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When science takes a faltering step towards recognizing God


Albert Einstein once said that the Universe could have been chaotic, random and ugly. And yet we have this gorgeous synthesis at the origin of the Universe itself, giving birth to the galaxies, the planets, DNA, life. He was describing … Continue reading

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