Manlyfesto 5 — God’s Power & Man’s Will

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When I was a kid, my pastors and school teachers had a very hard time teaching me the story of Job. To the non-​Christian, Job is one of the oldest books of the Bible, so it is understandable that it

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Matt Gemmell #1

I don’t think there’s any reasonable way, or any need, to separate vanity and ego from a personal blog. –Matt Gemmell, Blogger Follow @oxhorn

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Manlyfesto 4 — Propaganda & Control

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When people use the word “propaganda”, they usually assume that we all have the same understanding of the word, which goes something like this: propaganda is bad, and even evil. In fact, people assume the definition is so widely understood,

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Blog Relaunch

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It’s been a few years since I mashed this website together using a theme builder and a slew of heavy plugins. Since then, I’ve gotten better at SEO, CSS, and WordPress, so I decided to rebuild the site from scratch

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Shakespeare #1

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The oldest hath borne most: we that are young Shall never see so much, nor live so long. –Shakespear, King Lear In honor of Memorial Day. Follow @oxhorn

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In Store Now! (My Novel, That Is)

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Ever since I started writing, I’ve often wondered how I’d react to seeing my novel for sale in a book store for the first time. Every weekend I would go to Barns & Noble with my college buddies and examine

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Manlyfesto 3 — Faith vs. Evidence

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Science being science, evidence is a natural requirement that enables science to work. Without evidence, science would become something else. Thus, you can never believe anything scientifically unless you first understand the evidence. Religion doesn’t demand evidence. It only ever

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