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Woke Christianity?

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines WOKE as follows. Woke is now defined in this dictionary as “aware of and actively attentive to important facts and issues (especially issues of racial and social justice),” and identified as U.S. slang. It originated in African American English and gained more widespread use beginning in 2014 as part of the BlackContinue reading “Woke Christianity?”

The Gross Conceptual Error of Christian Nationalism

A picture is like a thousand words and the images below should be sufficient for demonstrating the grotesque problems with Christian Nationalism. However, I am going to say a few things anyway. Let us begin. MISSING CONNECTIONS Before we get into the details of what’s wrong with each image above, it is worth noting thatContinue reading “The Gross Conceptual Error of Christian Nationalism”

Faith Over Fear? Wut?!

This despicable and entirely unbiblical meme keeps popping up in the social media feeds of what I’ll assume (out of generosity) is a sincere desire to help others. 🤦🏻‍♂️ Overview Anti-mask/vaxx Christians keep using these verses to support their anti-science aggression. [2Timothy 1:7 CSB] 7 For God has not given us a spirit of fear,Continue reading “Faith Over Fear? Wut?!”

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Hi, I’m Clark. I teach Physics at Central Arizona College. I play guitar and write song parodies when I’m not talking about Science or wallowing in unbridled relaxation.

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