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
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.
People, especially those on the Left, love to talk about paying people a ‘fair wage’. This is usually code for ‘give people more money, you terrible capitalists’, but it does raise an important question, especially when Leftists in the church try to use the Bible to back up their demands. What does the Bible say … Continue reading What Is A Fair Wage?
A few days ago, I was reading an article on the web, when I came across a quote that stood out to me and exposes one of the great evils of our times. It was near the end of the article, quoting one of my fellow Millennials explaining why she thought it was immoral to … Continue reading Life Is Not About Not Suffering
Progressive ‘Christians’ love to make a big deal of the fact that Jesus ate with sinners, much to the chagrin of the Pharisees. At first glance, this doesn’t seem like a problem, because it is a big deal that God Himself would condescend to eat with sinners, but as with anything progressives do, there is … Continue reading Why Jesus Ate With Sinners
Unless you live under a particularly soundproof rock, you’ve probably heard the phrase ‘believe all women’ in regards to rape, sexual assault, and other horrible forms of abuse. I’m here to remind you that God says not to do that. Let me just lay out all the ands, ors, and yeah-buts at the outset so … Continue reading Don’t Believe All Women
One of the foundational tenets of our society is the notion of ‘equality’, the idea that everyone is and ought to be equal. Unfortunately, equality is seldom defined beyond this and it has led to a great deal of confusion, grief and outright deception in our society. The problem stems from the intentional conflation of … Continue reading Human Worth and the Myth of Equality
The state of human relationships in our modern world is simply abysmal. Loneliness has reached epidemic proportions, even with social media to (allegedly) keep us connected with each other. This was a problem even before the government decided to force people to stay in their homes ‘for their own good’, although lockdowns, social distancing, and … Continue reading On People As Consumer Goods
We live in a really high-tech world. The amount of technological innovation in just the past century is mind-boggling when compared to any time before the Industrial Revolution. Even in my own lifetime, we’ve gone from watching shows on VHS to on-demand streaming on smartphones. This nosebleed-inducing pace of technological change can seem like a … Continue reading Technology Is Just A Tool
Over the last year or so, I’ve noticed an interesting pattern when I talk to older people. If we’re talking about current events, the future, or even the recent past, I usually get some variant of the line ‘I’d hate to be your age today’. It’s an interesting inversion of what one would expect; usually … Continue reading A Case For Looking On The Bright Side