Archive for: August 25, 2010

August 25, 2010

Summer Hedonism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 25 Aug 2010

By: John Zmirak

As summer lurches to an end, the hallucinatory carnival that is America continues to spin like a carousel set to “liquefy”:

-Pro-terrorist Muslims plan an end-zone dance at NYC’s Ground Zero in the form of a towering victory mosque …

Lessons In Apologetics #4: Pragmaticism & Combinationalism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 25 Aug 2010

The next theory of truth and religious knowledge is pragmatism. Developed initially by Charles Sander Pierce and expanded by William James, pragmatism is the theory that truth is not determined by what one thinks, feels, or discovers but rather …

Whose Responsibility is It?

Having spent time describing the three unalienable rights of life, liberty and property upon which our Republic was founded and from which all others flow it is necessary to speak of the natural responsibilities which form their inverse image. …

The Incongruent Relationship between Settled Law and the Constitution

The Sketch Effect

An artist sketches a young subject. During the session, the artist engages in conversation with the subject, observes the subject’s mannerisms, and develops a sense of the subject’s personality and characteristics. The finished work not only encompasses …