Saturday, October 24, 2020

Heresy and Orthodoxy: Separating Sheep and Goats in the Nashville Statement

As soon as we sanction a sin as being in conformity with and receiving the approbation of the nature of God’s design, we are engaged in heresy and blasphemy.

Fake News: The So-Called Hanover “Young” Republicans

Fake Republican websites and social media accounts run by fake Republicans are cropping up in places you wouldn't expect... and in places you might.

Rubin Misses The Point: This Isn’t About Statues, It Is About Institutions

Jennifer Rubin's antipathy for Trump is clouding her vision. Gillespie has struck a chord, and he should be applauded for having the courage to do so.

Sticks and Stones: When Words Gain Power

The world doesn't get to decide your self-worth. Sticks and stones break bones; words do not earn the privilege to harm you one bit.

Why is Steve Bannon So Mad?

Steve Bannon left the White House last week the same way he entered it – with a series of bombastic threats toward those who...

A Lesson in Tolerance

To be “intolerant” is to commit the gravest social error, and will cause one to be excommunicated from the cathedrals of academia and politics.

Equivocation: A Primer

Being able to condemn extremism in whatever form it takes is not the practice of moral equivocation, but desperately needed moral consistency.  

After Charlottesville

The goal must be making fewer Nazis – and purging them from the Republican Party – not just punching or scolding the ones we currently have.

Abortion and Potentiality, Continued…

Moral value for Harman is dependent on the existential ability to self-authenticate, to determine one’s own potential. Moral value for Anglin is dependent on the economic ability to self-sustain, to determine one’s own potential.

Angry Rhetoric Won’t Cure Racism

It’s time we make an intentional effort to recognize racism in our own backyards and stand up and address it.
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