Category Archives: The god problem

In the epic battle between good and evil, a weapon never to be summoned

Because it doesn’t exist. When I was in my 20s, I had what was known as a cyclothymic personality disorder, a/k/a  manic-depression lite. That is, my highs and lows never reached levels at which I could not function. I functioned, … Continue reading

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Do you want to know about a saint named Corona? Sure you do.

My dear friend, Andrea Vuocolo, is my hagiography maven. She knows more about saints and their stories than anybody of my acquaintance. I can’t recall why, many years ago, I learned about her saint savvy. I must have been writing … Continue reading

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The god problem? He doesn’t keep up with the times. (She would, though but…)

I thank my bro-in-law, Doctor Rob, for re-posting this open letter on Facebook. (In case you’re wondering what Facebook is good for besides conspiracy theories, it’s this.) It’s brilliant and hilarious, at the same time. In her radio show, Dr … Continue reading

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