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Luke Cage: Love Your Enemies

By Source, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=49841821 At this point, I’ve watched the first 11 episodes of Luke Cage.  This is the first Marvel television series (based on the comics) I’ve felt interested enough about to actually sit down and watch, so … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: Why don’t I date nice girls?

Recently, I was prompted to read an article by a woman who has refused men’s attempts to get her to have sex despite the fact that many of them would be considered nice guys by contemporary standards.  It’s often difficult … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men: Choosing Futures

The primary concern of many fathers is the future of their child (or the futures of their children).  I have known many men who completely changed their lives for the sake of providing for the future of their child, giving … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men: Choosing Love

As men we are taught to choose many things in contemporary culture.   We are taught to choose the most attractive women to try to have sex with.  We are taught to choose the most powerful and attractive cars and motorcycles … Continue reading

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Annual Aphorisms 2013

Below are some of my thoughts from the past year, thoughts based on what I’ve learned from life this past year. “So many people search desperately for their other half. Some of them wonder why I do not. It’s because … Continue reading

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Applied Theology: Love and Relationships

The ancient Greeks had the understanding that love and relationships are strongly associated with each other, but I have to wonder whether or not they understood that love and relationships have rather different natures.  They had several words that we … Continue reading

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