Author: Frederick Meekins



March 8, 2011

Lessons In Apologetics #6: Pantheism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 08 Mar 2011

If Deism is the belief that God is so transcendent from the cosmos He created that He no longer participates directly in it, Pantheism must be the worldview at the other end of the continuum believing that a higher power …

February 28, 2011

Felonious Flatulence, Cannibal Migrants & Cooper Slapped: Headline Potpourri #19

Filed under: Politics In General,Potpourri - 28 Feb 2011

The African nation of Malawi has passed a law criminalizing public incidents of flatulence. This raises the question of what will happen in reference to the quandary where the rectal emissions are categorized as “silent but violent”? This …

February 18, 2011

Armstrong Williams Duped By Egyptian Hooligans

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Feb 2011

Of the tumult in Egypt, columnist Armstrong Williams posted that America should not be afraid of Egypt’s emerging democracy that “will be different from America’s political system.”

February 9, 2011

Tweets Regarding The State Of The Union 2011

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Feb 2011

Too bad no member of Congress possessed the courage to blurt out “You lie”, especially in light how everyone was suppose to make bipartisan goo-goo eyes at one another.

January 30, 2011

Gingrich Conniving, Obama Shrugging & Baldwin Auditing

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 Jan 2011

Newt Gingrich is conniving to pass a law essentially allowing a state to declare bankruptcy in order to get out of paying pension benefits to retirees. Before it ever went into affect, the former Speaker should be compelled …

January 17, 2011

Sell Naming Rights To Tackle Overwhelming National Debt

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Jan 2011

It was stated on Fox News that each family’s share of the national debt is approximately $45,000.

In the attempt to make the amount more manageable, perhaps naming rights could be sold to various government landmarks or agencies in a manner …

January 12, 2011

Tweets Regarding The Arizona Shooting Tragedy

An assassination attempt was made against an Arizona Congresswoman. What freedoms will Americans be coerced into surrendering as a result? In a press conference, the sheriff there has already blamed talk radio for the tragedy.

January 7, 2011

Pseudoephedrine Restrictions Nothing To Sneeze At

Filed under: The Nanny State,What The F@#K?!? - 07 Jan 2011

Each winter without fail, the flu sends millions to the local pharmacy in search of some kind of relief. However, it won’t be this pesky virus that will give you a headache and make your stomach churn.

December 19, 2010

Innkeeper’s Bad Press Not Necessarily Deserved

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Dec 2010

As the opening act of the Greatest Story Ever Told, each character mentioned in the Christmas narrative has had a number of literary traditions and homiletical assumptions added that may or may not be directly traceable to the text of …

December 10, 2010

Salvation Army Bells Deemed Offensive

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 10 Dec 2010

Giant, a prominent Washington DC area supermarket chain, has curtailed the number of days that the Salvation Army will be permitted to solicit donations this Christmas season outside of the grocery retailer’s locations.

December 8, 2010

Tweets Regarding Junk Touching

Filed under: In The News - 08 Dec 2010

Janet Napolitano received a security pat down. Poor sap forced to do that deserves either a medal or hazardous duty pay.

Wonder if TSA administrator John Pistole’s pistol would even show up on the full body scanner or be of sufficient …

November 21, 2010

Boob Love, Pink Cleats & The Williams Fiasco

Filed under: In The News - 21 Nov 2010

Students sue for the right to love boobs. Or at least there was a case filed for the right to wear a t-shirt attesting to such fondness in regards to breast cancer awareness. Will there be parity for …

November 15, 2010

Just How Far Do Hispanosupremacist Sympathizers Intend To Take Their Biblical Analogies?

Filed under: Immigration,Religion & Faith - 15 Nov 2010

In a Sojourner’s blog post titled “Abraham, Joseph and Today’s Patriarchs”, David Vasquez of Luther College likens the plight of illegal aliens to the epic of the Biblical patriarchs.

Let’s examine the analogy for a moment.

November 3, 2010

Lessons In Apologetics #5: Deism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 03 Nov 2010

The tests or methodologies of epistemology are just the first step into the realm of Apologetics. These, in turn are applied to the assorted worldviews.

October 23, 2010

Historian Distorts Past In Praise Of Secularism

Filed under: History,Religion & Faith - 23 Oct 2010

In the 4/19/10 edition of USA Today, religious antiquarian Phillip Jenkins, by comparing extremist Islam with assorted atrocities committed in the name of Christianity over the centuries, details from an historical perspective how any religion can be co-opted in the …

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