Monthly Archives: February 2008

J. Oswald Sanders on Leadership

"The young man of leadership caliber will work while others waste time, study while others snooze, pray while others daydream. Slothful habits are overcome, whether in thought, deed, or dress. The emerging leader eats right, stands tall, and prepares himself to wage a good warfare. He will without reluctance undertake

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Why I log on to

Sometimes I log on for fun. Sometimes I log on just because I'm in the mood. Sometimes I log on because I need encouragement. Sometimes I log on because I'm eager to reap from the vast and endless wisdom that flows from the minds of our many posters. But whatever

By |2022-02-22T21:02:30+10:0019 February, 2008|

Why I Still Log on to

The article following (in the next post) was originally published on InFocus (back when it was called the "Fundamentalist Resource Centre") back in July 2005. It's been a while, but I think it still applies today. These are exciting days to be a Fundamentalist in Australia. God is doing amazing

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In Defence of Militancy

By David Doran Recent proposals about the nature of Fundamentalism are stirring lively debate. While I have heard of no bloodshed, I am certain that quite a few blood pressures have risen with the discussions. A key term that seems to surface regularly, at least in the discussions to which

By |2022-04-05T16:48:55+10:0012 February, 2008|

Some Conclusions

Epistemology, Part Four: Jason Harris In the last post in this series, I gave three basic propositions. 1) God is always perfectly rational. 2) In God’s image, humans are also rational. 3) Human rationality is limited both inherently and by the effects of the curse. If these propositions are accepted

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