Monthly Archives: August 2014

Ghandi, Vegetarianism & Christian Ethics

While we’re on the subject of Gandhi, as I was reviewing excerpts from The Story of My Experiments with Truth for my last post, I happened across a criticism of Christianity that I found intriguing. Since Gandhi was primarily a … Continue reading

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“I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians”

This comic got me thinking a lot about Gandhi lately. It is, unfortunately, quite accurate. Like most people who cry some version of β€œLord, save me from your followers,” Gandhi was less familiar with the Lord than he thought. Based … Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Alfred Lord Tennyson famously observed the unfortunate fact that nature is β€œred of tooth and claw.” But soon, according to British philosopher David Pearce, there will be an app for that. In an interview with futurist blog io9, he has … Continue reading

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