“If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.” Voltaire was certainly no friend of Christianity, or any of the major religions for that matter. But as I will soon demonstrate, he was not being flippant or … Continue reading
What is Natural Law? I was reading a post written in reply to my argument that there can be no liberty without religion. The author uses my post to ‘demonstrate’ how I contradict myself and to show I have no … Continue reading
If you are unaware of it, I keep another blog with a much wider focus. On The Road to Concord, I try to keep my posts focused on matters of Natural Law, but I address a much wider variety of issues on The OYL. Lately, I have been writing about the history and legacy of Materialism, Islam and on the application of Scripture to our daily lives. You can find all those posts and more on The OYL. I would like to invite you to visit my other blog and check them out. If you like what you read there, maybe you can share them with your friends and family? I do not advertise either blog page. You are the only source of advertising these pages receive, so — at least to me — their failure or success is a fairly accurate measure of my failure or success at writing something that others find useful in helping them grow in their own understanding of the world.
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I am a formally trained philosopher, and hold a degree in philosophy. Now, I do not say this to boast, but to explain why what follows is difficult to accept and harder to admit. As a student of philosophy, logic … Continue reading
Recently, I had a length exchange with a transsexual over the Natural Right to discriminate. This person was polite, and I will admit that this was refreshing as the majority of those who wade into the debate over such matters … Continue reading
Enemies of liberty are enemies of God. This is because they are lawless. These enemies are fond of mocking God, His Word and His Law. One of the ways they do this is by taunting believers. They like to try … Continue reading
[NOTE: originally, I had used the term ‘Humanist’ in this post. I was corrected — and rightly so — by a reader, Veracious Poet. I have since edited this post to account for this correction, and written another post in … Continue reading