The Politics Of Loving Your Neighbor: A Commitment To People and Place

September 25, 2012 0

Justice is what separates society from anarchy, it is the fundamental distinction and possession of government which distinguishes it from mere brigandage. To quote St. Augustine, “In the absence of justice, what is sovereignty but organized robbery?” Society is something which elevates us above the mere beast, but justice is what separates us from the madman, from the tyrant, from oppression […]


The Capitulation Of A Public Faith To A Private Practice

August 19, 2012 0

…postmodernism, the belief that truth is inherently subjective and a function of power. With the rise of postmodernism came the notion that the only heresy that remains is the belief in absolute truth–orthodoxy. Postmodernism, for […]


The Episcopal Church In America Through The Lens Of A Radical Moderate

August 5, 2012 1

So, if we accept that rights are inherent and thus, by extension, conferred by something outside of society, then it is perfectly acceptable to insist that the State uphold or restore those rights; we are simply invoking the duty implicit in the nature of the State, in exercising it’s obligatory prerogative. […]


What Kind Of Knowledge, Bryan Or Scopes?

July 15, 2012 0

Narrative knowledge produces a prescriptive impulse whereas the form that scientific knowledge embodies is fundamentally denotative. Though science can tell us the what, it can never move from empirical to moral. Science will always fail to tell us the why and the what for of existence, only the moral or prescriptive narrative can provide that. Thus science/fact is unable to create a cognitive matrix on it’s own that explains it’s own existence. So science, real science, is inherently non-religious, neither for or against, because science can produce no ethical impulse. Because the why is the narrative. The empirical only substantiates or disproves belief and or speaks ontologically when contextualized by the narrative. Science can never give you the why because it then would move from the descriptive to the prescriptive, from the empirical to the religious. That is why atheism is as religious as theism. Both purport to explain what is back behind what is. […]


The Case For Taxing God: A Response

June 11, 2012 4

Why aren’t churches taxed? This seems like a legitimate question. The First Amendment says this: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of […]


This Isn’t A Game, This Is Real Dammit

March 20, 2012 0

Land of the free and home of the brave. These words were distilled into me at a young age; almost like the dogma of the twentieth century. We had our democracy and never left home […]

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