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Read 100 Books Once, or the Bible 100x?

This blog post originated as my conclusion to a discussion with a couple devout Christian friends.  It’s been modified to be less of a personal response, and more of a general response to certain Christian apologetic arguments.  Bear in mind, I consider both men, who shall remain unnamed, to be truly good friends.  Despite frequent, […]

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Book Review “Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation”

As a science fan and former Christian (now I would describe myself as an agnostic atheist with strong Zen leanings), I am always puzzled by Creationism, that part of Christianity that believes that God created the earth either 6,000 or 10,000 years ago, and that the story of Noah and the Flood is real history, […]

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Book Review: Google Semantic Search by David Amerland

To begin my review, I’d like to quote a paragraph from near the end of the book as an inverse of Stephen Covey, you might say, “End with the Beginning in Mind.”  🙂 The busy businessman on the go talking to his [POS] Android phone and asking for best restaurant locations is hardly aware that […]

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Book Review: “Thinking, Fast & Slow” by Daniel Kahneman

[Update] Much of This Has Been Called Into Question I don’t have time to look at rewriting the whole article right now, but if anyone does come across this, I think it is important to link an article that describes how much of this field has been called into question.  Please read the article and […]

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Book Review: “The Birth of Christianity”

Since the fall of 2013, I’ve gotten back into reading books again, which has been wonderful.  Growing up, I was a voracious reader, to the point that the entire world around me seemed to disappear while reading.  People would have conversations with me, and I’d have zero recollection that they were even there.  While I […]

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