|January 28, 2013
Posted by Anthony
abortion, apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, eugenics, family, General, Liberalism, Obama, philosophy, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism
Here are some pictures and videos and some brief reflections on my participation the 2013 March for Life.
The last part ended with a question that this part shall now answer. Why? Because ‘religious’ views are just one example of a ‘world view.’ I asked earlier, “Ought not our attitudes and behaviors in political society be driven by our views about the world? If not our own views about the world, then whose…
|May 20, 2009
Posted by Anthony
abortion, apologetics, atheism, Christianity and Culture, evolution, General, Holocaust, homosexuality, human rights, scientism, theology
For you see, there was a day when the implications of evolutionary theory were more obvious and more openly admitted. Margaret Sanger, the founder of the aforementioned Planned Parenthood, openly urged abortion as a method of eugenics. And of course, since this was all science, and science is ‘neutral’, it should follow naturally that religious people can raise no objections.
Today of course eugenics has a bad rap. We can thank Hitler for that. But that doesn’t mean the implications have changed or that there aren’t ‘neutral’ scientists and secularists who advocate for eugenics today. People aren’t as dumb as secularists would like them to be. When you promote ‘survival of the fittest’ as the guiding biological principle the inevitable conclusion is that we have the moral obligation to utilize that principle according to our own terms. You just aren’t supposed to say it out loud…
If you are here after reading my debut on Worldnetdaily.com and would like to comment on the column, this post would be the place. My column on Worldnetdaily: “Apologetics the Cure for Social Ills?” The evidence of societal decay is all around us. The California Supreme Court decision is not an isolated event. Despite eight…
I am gently informed by Mormons that the Mormon-like polygamist community in Texas are not Mormons. Read their arguments and my initial post on this subject here. ———- So, a Texas court has ruled that the State acted inappropriately as it extricated more than 400 children from the Texas polygamist compound. Here are two articles…
If you’ve been following my posts about the Holmen cross/star, you know that my position is that the Village of Holmen took the ‘easy’ way out in its attempt to preserve the cross on Star Hill, and likely a foolish attempt at that, as they’re probablygoing to get sued anyway. I’ve been following the blogosphere…