“God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him” These three sentences penned by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzche have become very prominent in our non-religious community today. The phrase itself derives its philosophical meaning that the humanistic teachings of today’s society has killed God and defeated any possible way of His existence. Although such claims of God’s philosophical death had become very prominent in our society, quite the opposite is true: God is still alive and remains alive. And we have not killed Him. From the two very opposing viewpoints, many debates have argued over the existence of … Continue reading God’s Not Dead
Many regions around the world have folklore consisting of monsters and dragons. Loch Ness has Nessie, the Himalayas have the Yeti, North America have Sasquatch, and Central America have the chupacabra. What many people do not know, however, is that the Great Lakes region have their legend of a monster. The residents call the beast “Mishipeshu.” Mishipeshu, the “Great Lynx of Lake Superior”, embodies the might and wonder of Lake Superior, according to the native Objibwe tribe. Many native American groups surrounding the area had legends of the mishpeshu, as all native groups stemmed from the Anishinaabe; but none of … Continue reading Mishipeshu: Myth or Monster?