The right to property is not a popular one to defend these days, even though it’s one of the most clearly stated rights in Scripture. It’s much more popular in elite Christian circles, and the wider culture, to undermine others’ God-given right to property in the name of some form of ‘charity’ or ‘the greater … Continue reading How Should Christians View Property Rights?
Faith, History and the Myth of Science
For millennia, mankind languished in the darkness of superstition and ignorance. Technological innovation was unheard of, the ignorant masses living in Medieval squalor, uncomprehending of the world around them. Then Science (with a capital S) burst forth, banishing the darkness of ignorance and ushering in an age of technological advancement and discovery, in the name … Continue reading Faith, History and the Myth of Science
How Feminists Hate Women
Paul Washer once said “No one hates women more than feminists.” At first glance, this sounds ludicrous; feminism is all about empowering women, liberating them from anything that might restrain them, and expanding the privileges they enjoy at home, at work, in politics, and everywhere else. That sure doesn’t sound like they hate women. At … Continue reading How Feminists Hate Women
Is Tolerance A Virtue?
People today talk a lot about tolerance. It’s advanced as one of, if not the greatest, of all virtues. One of the worst accusations that can be leveled at someone is to call them intolerant, or a bigot, or any number of other synonyms with the same presupposition: you’re not tolerating others, and that’s bad. … Continue reading Is Tolerance A Virtue?
Should You Be Your Authentic Self?
Our world loves to tell us to be ‘authentic’. Everywhere you look on the internet you’ll find people telling you to be ‘your authentic self’ or ‘be true to yourself’ or talking about ‘the real you’. One of the worst things you can do, to hear the culture tell it, is to not be authentic … Continue reading Should You Be Your Authentic Self?
Thoughts on Narcissism, Loneliness, and Family
Have you ever stopped to think how weird most social media is? We’ve probably all seen TikTok videos of crazy people screaming at the camera in the wake of something they don’t like happening. While it’s easy for us to pass this off as a few whackos getting access to technology, I think it’s actually … Continue reading Thoughts on Narcissism, Loneliness, and Family
Thoughts On The End Of Roe v. Wade
Well, another article I never thought I’d get to write. Roe v. Wade has been overturned, feminists are outraged, and Clarence Thomas is officially my hero. This is a momentous occasion, and there are several things I’ve noticed that are worthy of comment, so here we go. This is a time to celebrate. Buy a … Continue reading Thoughts On The End Of Roe v. Wade
Environmentalism and the Christian
People, especially elites and wannabe elites, love to talk about being ‘green’, ‘renewable’, ‘environmentally friendly’, or any number of other buzzwords that tie back to the same goal: fighting climate change (real or imagined) by changing the way people live to align with a set of standards laid out by scientists, activists, and politicians. There … Continue reading Environmentalism and the Christian
Why You Should Homeschool Your Children
What is the most valuable thing you could be entrusted with? Is it gold, the Crown Jewels, or maybe fine art like the Mona Lisa? No, the most valuable thing you could be entrusted with is the shaping of a child’s mind because, unlike all the things listed above, children are made in the image … Continue reading Why You Should Homeschool Your Children
Overturning Roe Doesn’t Threaten Women’s Dignity, Abortion Does.
Well, it seems almost too good to be true, but it looks like the Supreme Court is going to overturn Roe V. Wade at long last. Predictably, feminists are shrieking about how the possibility of losing access to their blood sacrament is an assault on the dignity of all women. Given that, now seems like … Continue reading Overturning Roe Doesn’t Threaten Women’s Dignity, Abortion Does.