Blasts from the Past Two Years
Two pieces in the last three days have opened my eyes to a new reality. Being opened to a new reality doesn’t happen every day, probably because as you get older there are fewer realities that are actually new. Just things you have forgotten that seem new when you rediscover them.
One article which was good enough to repost in its entirety came from Jacques Berlinerblau, who often says wise things and should be heeded when he does. Jacques has commented frequently on the need for secularists and even atheists to learn table manners and not rely simply on the assumed rectitude of their position while trying to influence people and win converts.
They could learn a lesson from that old time religion, Christianity, where instead of just shouting at people, like John the Baptist did (and look what happened to him), St Paul professed to become all things to all men in order to win souls to his cause. Eventually, that strategy made…
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