Monthly Archives: April 2013

Et Tu, Judas?

Variously described as “long-lost” or “recently discovered,” the Gospel of Judas has been reexamined and again found to be authentic. By analyzing the unique ink used and how that ink interacted with the ancient papyrus, scientists concluded anew that the … Continue reading »

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God and Morality: Asking the Wrong Question

Frans de Waal‘s new book The Bonobo and the Atheist asks a question that vexed Greek sages thousands of years ago and every philosopher since: are we moral because we believe in god, or do we believe in god because … Continue reading »

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China: Asia’s Toothless Paper Tiger

As North Korea’s creepy regime blusters and threatens, China proves powerless to reign in its crazy uncle.  We should not be surprised at this impotence; but are however because almost every aspect of conventional wisdom about China is wrong. We … Continue reading »

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