Category Archives: Religion

  1. Medium Post: Two Book Reviews

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    May 10, 2018 by aarong3eason

    Jonah Goldberg Suicide of the West Ross Douthat To Change the Church These were both rejected by The Federalist and …
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  2. Medium Post: Review

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    March 4, 2018 by aarong3eason

    I submitted a book review of Michael Shermer’s latest book to The Federalist and they thought it wasn’t quite right …
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  3. Medium Post: Religion

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    March 3, 2018 by aarong3eason

    I originally published this on one of my WordPress blogs. It’s a piece about why I don’t currently go to …
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  4. Published! #13

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    December 29, 2017 by aarong3eason

    My 13th Federalist article was on the true meaning of the Christmas Tree: Norse Mythology Baptized

  5. Published! #9

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    October 5, 2017 by aarong3eason

    I started working on this a few days after Harvey and didn’t submit for another week. But I think there’s …
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  6. Molyneux the Beautiful Atheist Revised

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    October 3, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Because the Old Atheists simply wanted to stick it to religion. They are not really interested in truth, they want to be anti religious.

  7. Molyneux the Beautiful Atheist

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    October 3, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Molyneux is a deep thinker and an even more deeply virtuous person. But the Old Atheists do not demand much of their followers and readers.

Op-Ed?

"An op-ed (originally short for "opposite the editorial page" although often taken to stand for "opinion editorial") is a written prose piece typically published by a newspaper or magazine which expresses the opinion of a named author usually not affiliated with the publication's editorial board. Op-eds are different from both editorials (opinion pieces submitted by editorial board members) and letters to the editor (opinion pieces submitted by readers)." -Wikipedia