A Common Sense Argument for a Theocratic Aristocracy

When people hear that I am in favor of a theocratic aristocracy, most people look at me like I'm a crazy person. But, the argument is really simple. Most people are inclined to more foolishness and sinfulness than wisdom and righteousness in this world.  ... Yep, that's about it. ... I'm not sure many would [...]

Trump Jr. and the Russians: Why Their Meddling Doesn’t Matter

Academics do not care where truth originates. If an English neuroscientist presents evidence and makes convincing arguments, he will be referenced by other writers. If a German philosopher publishes an incredibly detailed and persuasive argument for God, other philosophers will take notice. At certain times, conclusions will come under critique, and at other times, conclusions [...]

Breaking the Constitution

Who cares about the Constitution? Of course, this is a hyperbolic rhetorical question. Let's be serious, now. Why does the Constitution even matter? American conservatives have a tendency to act as if the United States Constitution is the Word of God, divinely given to our forefathers who created this blessed nation we call America. It [...]

The Levels of Open-Mindedness

From what I have seen in the world, there are at least three levels of "mindedness." 1. Refusing to consider or accept any opposing views that are against or different from the views one has been raised to believe. This is usually called "closed-minded," and can be attributed to conservatives most of the time. 2. [...]

Justice vs. Mercy: A Test To Find the True God

In my last post, I detailed how we find substantial differences between religions. Primarily, we distinguish one religion from another with regard to how sinners are made right with God. In fact, most religions are very similar, in that they almost always understand the nature of God as being the infinite creator of the universe [...]

Presidential Heart – Trump or Clinton?

America votes inappropriately. Most people when considering for whom to vote look at a candidate's position. What would the candidate do in office? This is incorrect thinking. Many philosophers and theologians have agreed that we do that which our hearts tell us to do. If we introspect, we will find that this is true. Why do [...]