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Essay #30 Dueteronomy Part II – Bad Data

What were the nations of Canaan like?  Two generations after the flood, Nimrod had established the principles of an anti-God civilization.  The history of the Mesopotamia is well documented.  “In earliest Mesopotamian times the gods had been perceived as personifications, hypostases, of nature and her forces. Enlil, Lord Air or Lord Atmosphere – today we […]

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Purpose

A fascinating article on classical liberalism was posted on the Mises Institute website December 9th, 2020.  The article written by Ryan McMaken, titled “There Is No Conflict Between Classical Liberalism and Religion” illustrates my desire to write and promote TheFundmentalEconomist.com. The thesis of the article is clearly stated in the title, there is no conflict […]

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Essay #15 Nimrod’s Land of Shinar Part II

“He was a mighty hunter before the Lord” Genesis 10:9 Nimrod was a earthy, natural man with the strength and disposition of a tyrant.  Comparable in strength and force to God, but of the moral character of the unregenrate; no regard for the moral/spiritual well being of others, or for the God of creation and redemption.  […]