Tag Archives: Death

And The Burning Times Continue Unabated

I have already addressed this on my liberal politics blog, The Second Beast, but I wanted to post here as well since this is a clear religious issue. A young woman named Kepari Leniata was recently tortured, branded and burned … Continue reading

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On the complexity of life and perspective, theologically speaking

I have been preoccupied of late with the overwhelming complexities of life, not only on a personal scale but also how one relates to society as a whole vis-à-vis one’s individual worldview.  I believe this is doubly the case for those of … Continue reading

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Death and the Immortal Spirit

Rarely is the study of religious philosophy black and white, with our various spiritual differences essentially categorized as many different shades of grey. Religion addresses a plethora of subjects, from the nature of God to subjective morality; many believe their … Continue reading

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God, Death and the invisible Lizard

The old axiom states that there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes. I agree with the first as biological death is an inescapable certainty for all beings. As to taxes, whoever came up with the saying … Continue reading

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