Daily Archives: August 20, 2012

We See The World As We Are, Not As It Is

As human beings, we have a fundamental problem with perspective. No matter how well-developed our intuition, we have the difficulty that we do not see people as they are. We see and respond to the world as we are, and … Continue reading

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On The Christian Case For Coercion

There is a certain type of person in this world, generally one greatly attracted to libertarian political causes, that believes in the illegitimacy of coercion for any kind of authorities. Unfortunately, to determine what precisely is meant by coercion is … Continue reading

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