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|December 28, 2012||Posted by Anthony under Blog, Christianity and Culture, evolution, General, human rights, morality, philosophy, scientism, Secular Humanism|
For every successful mass slaughter there are dozens of attempts. So it is, so it will always be.
But understanding why this is the case is the critical issue. The real problem is spiritual. But many people do not believe we are spiritual, because they do not believe in spirits. And if they do not believe in spirits, they will not believe that we are spirits in rebellion. But that is what we are. Everyone of us.
My Response to Wisconsin-La Crosse Professor Bradley Butterfield’s Column Promoting Abortion in the Name of ‘Women’s Rights’ with Overpopulation the Real Target
|October 9, 2012||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, eugenics, evolution, family, General, Holocaust, human rights, Malthusians, morality, philosophy, politics, pro-life, scientism, Secular Humanism|
On October 4th, UW-L English professor Bradley Butterfield had his guest view defending abortion in the name of ‘Women’s Rights’ and it was clear to me that this was really just a cover for his real agenda, which is population control. I don’t know him well enough to know if he is even aware of […]
We are all bullies now: Jennifer Livingston, meet Kenneth Krause, Liberal, Atheist, Secular Humanist
|October 2, 2012||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, eugenics, General, human rights, morality, Obama, philosophy, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism|
When one person calls another person fat, that is bullying. When the government calls two thirds of America’s citizenry fat, we call that being ‘socially concerned.’ Who elected this government? We the people. If Kenneth Krause is a bully, so is the government, and so are all the people who told the government it was ‘ok’ to involve itself in every area of our lives. We are all bullies now.
|May 24, 2012||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, atheism, Blog, General, Love, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism, theism, theology|
Get this on your E-reader using this link and coupon for 100% off: ZC29N I must at the outset admit the debt owed to GK Chesterton, for it was on the third reading of his “Eugenics and Other Evils” that his comments about ‘the anarchy from above’ finally made sense. They made sense because they […]
After-birth abortion: why should the baby live? Or, What is the proper response to killing newborn children because they are a burden to a family… or society?
|March 1, 2012||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, End Times, eugenics, family, General, Holocaust, human rights, morality, Obama, original sin, pro-life, science, scientism, Secular Humanism, taxation|
authors Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva argue that the same arguments that justify abortion of the fetus on demand likewise apply to the newly born. Here is the abstract:
Abortion is largely accepted even for reasons that do not have anything to do with the fetus’ health. By showing that (1) both fetuses and newborns do not have the same moral status as actual persons, (2) the fact that both are potential persons is morally irrelevant and (3) adoption is not always in the best interest of actual people, the authors argue that what we call ‘after-birth abortion’ (killing a newborn) should be permissible in all the cases where abortion is, including cases where the newborn is not disabled.
|February 1, 2012||Posted by Anthony under Blog, Christianity and Culture, General, Obama, politics, Secular Humanism|
I just posted an essay taking aim at American Catholics who voted in Obama (54%), supported Obamacare, and are now dumbfounded- shocked, I say- that Obama refuses to exempt Catholic organizations from requirements that infringe on their religious liberties. This essay should be read in conjunction with that one, because I refer to a much […]
|December 2, 2011||Posted by Anthony under Blog, book reviews, Christianity and Culture, family, literary apologetics, Love, manhood, morality, original sin, spirituality|
The Walk to Walden Hill begins with tragedy: the orphaning of the protagonist, Josh Billows. His mother dead, his father jailed, Josh ends up in foster care. As just a young child he is forced to grapple with issues that are known to shipwreck adults, even if he doesn’t understand the real issues that are in play.
|October 22, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
Well, I suppose at some point this cycle of responses between Herr Professor and myself is going to have to end.Â I thought it kinda funny to basically be in a conversation with the gent, but of course in the abstract, where I pretend that my comments are to some ethereal group of readers of […]
|October 17, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, book reviews, General|
I have in hand C. Vaughn Doner’s book “The Late Great Evangelical Church: How an Age-Old Heresy is Killing the Modern-Day Church and How it Can still be Saved.” It is set to be released soon, but you can pre-order it through their website and it is listed on Amazon.com: The Late Great Evangelical Church […]
|October 11, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
C.S. Lewis wrote, There is no need to be worried by facetious people who try to make the Christian hope of heaven ridiculous by saying they do not want to spend eternity playing harps. The answer to such people is that if they cannot understand books written for grown-ups, they should not talk about them. […]
|April 23, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
I’ve had quite a few things on my plate this last week so I didn’t have much of an opportunity to comment on the V-tech massacre, even if I had wanted to.Â Having listened to some of the media coverage, I’m frankly glad that I wasn’t able to hear more.Â The run to make political […]
|March 14, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
http://www.thestar.com/article/190493 The historian in this article lays out the implication that movie goers won’t know that the real history of the event is different than what is in the movie.Â From the bits that I’ve seen of the movie, you’d have to be a real idiot to not know that the movie had blended history […]
|January 3, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
This is under discussion on my forum, here. My own story is that I went through 12 years of Christian education and went to a Christian university to be a Christian pastor and promptly was reduced to atheism or something very close to it. When I returned to Christianity it was with a desire to […]