Number Fifty-One

Tealiberasophoterianistic Perspectives

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Welcome to Number Fifty-One, where you’ll find Tealiberasophoterianistic Perspectives..  I’m Jake Phillips, and I’m pleased to be joined by my brothers Jesse and Joey Phillips, as well as Alex Couch and James Tschannen, and hopefully other guest contributors.  We have started this site with the hopes that it will help you formulate your opinions about politics, philosophy, history, and maybe even some theological issues.  We don’t expect you to always agree (especially with James); however, we hope that it at least will make you think about the importance of the issues we discuss, and the opinions that you hold about them.

In Romans 14:5, Paul writes that each of us should be “convinced in our own minds” about issues.  He, of course, wasn’t neccessarily talking about the same things that we will be talking about.  However, we believe that the principle applies generally.  Whether it’s Joey trying to convince you that the fact that Hume destroyed Anselm’s argument is actually a good thing, or James opining that American exceptionalism is dangerous to true patriotism, or Alex arguing that sermons that last longer than 25 minutes are ungodly, or Jesse declaring charity is the key to health care, or Jake attempting to prove gangsta rap is the neccessary conclusion of the radical Civil Rights movement, we hope that, at the very least, it will be entertaining and thought-provoking.  Feel free to join the discussion.  Not the conversation.  The only thing that we aren’t is Emergent.

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Written by Jake Phillips

May 10, 2011 at 9:04 pm

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  1. This should be fun.

    Joey

    May 17, 2011 at 7:10 pm

  2. This sounds great. I can’t wait to talk some hip-hop on here.

    jamestschannen

    May 19, 2011 at 12:50 pm

  3. I’m super excited.

    Jaime

    May 20, 2011 at 12:17 am


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