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Thinking about God

First appeared on 06/25/2013. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

There is no shortage of examples, in our world, of extreme confusion of thought. In the last few days, Phil Lawler has chronicled some of this in The City Gates. For example, there are Jimmy Carter's recent comments on God, which led Phil to ask, Does Jimmy Carter want to change the way God thinks?

And then there is yet another report on, as Phil puts it, the non-ordination of non-Catholic non-priests. This non-event took place in Falls Church, Virginia. (Please note that I had already left the area on my trip to Lake Champlain!)

Such confused thinking about spiritual realities is an epidemic in the modern West. We encounter it regularly, but today I've devoted my latest In Depth Analysis to it. See Reality, Science, God: The Need to Learn How to Know.

I also try to close the door, temporarily, on our heated immigration debate. Clearly we need some time for prayer and reflection. I have just a few closing comments under an unlikely title: We Can’t Afford Children, Can We?... [more content for subscribers]

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