Category: Christianity and Culture
|April 1, 2013||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, family, General, human rights, Liberalism, Obama, philosophy, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
Or… I’ll keep mine out, if you’ll keep yours… or something like that… keep reading… In our country, there is a general feeling that only positions backed by actual fact should drive public policy. ‘Religion’ is perceived to be the realm of personal opinion. Even Christians tend to accept the view that people are allowed […]
|March 11, 2013||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, family, General, Holocaust, homosexuality, human rights, Islam, Jesus, Liberalism, Love, morality, Obama, original sin, philosophy, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism, theism, theology|
Christianity has always been considered a threat to governments, because it maintains that individuals answer first and foremost to God–and by ‘individuals’ we also mean those running the governments. But when religion gets in the way of the ‘public order as established by law’ then the common good must take precedence. Right?
|February 19, 2013||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, End Times, eugenics, family, General, gun control, Holocaust, human rights, Liberalism, morality, Obama, original sin, philosophy, politics, science, Secular Humanism|
This can’t end well. And when it does end in tyranny–and I’m pretty sure it will, although I don’t know when exactly–it will be because of dolts like those I just featured in this blog post who created the conditions and actually carried out the acts that facilitated it. And when it happens, they’ll look around, surprised, “How did this happen? This isn’t what I had in mind! I had good intentions! This foul result has nothing to do with anything that I did… put me in power again and I’ll do it right this time…”
|January 28, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, Christianity and Culture, family, General, homosexuality, human rights, Liberalism, manhood, morality, philosophy, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism|
Allowing women in combat seems to me like it could be a pyrrhic victory. In seeking to elevate women to the status of men, it threatens to deprive both men and women of unique aspects of their humanity. In seeking to elevate women, in this case I have the strong suspicion it will actually lower them, and with them, men.