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eight levels of faith

The New Testament identifies Moses as a champion of faith. Even our post-Christian culture sees him that way. Those who study Scripture—who take the text seriously—discover Moses exhibited a flawed faith. Just like us.

An analysis of the Old Testament books of Moses suggests eight levels/stages/progressions of his faith.
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government approved school prayer

From The War on the West by Douglas Murray.

A very wise friend died during the COVID pandemic, Indian-born
economist Deepak Lal. In his later years Prof Lal chortled unstoppably when discussing the latest idiocies afflicting America’s universities. “Everybody claims that after the age of Christianity, we are going to enter an age of atheism. Whereas it is perfectly clear that we are entering an age of polytheism. Everybody has their own gods now.”

After the central religious stories of the West were expunged, the culture became entirely hollowed out. It is amazing how empty and flimsy the ideas are that have flooded in to fill their place. In the name of great openness we became close minded. In the name of progress, we absorbed ideas that are highly regressive.
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public prayer at school, take 2

April 2022 I blogged an edited version of Joe Kennedy’s opinion piece explaining his habit of public prayer. Mr. Kennedy, a former US Marine, explained how public prayer resulted in his dismissal as football coach at a public high school.

“The Bremerton High School athletic director seemed sure that my experience training Marines to work as a team was all the qualification I needed to be a football coach. As I weighed the opportunity, I caught the movie
Facing the Giants. It seemed an answer from God. I committed to coaching football and promised God that I would take a knee by myself in quiet prayer at the 50-yard line following every game, win or lose.” Read More…