Basics · Jesus · Justice · Nap · Non-Aggression Principle · Philosophy · Social Justice · Social Justice Warrior

Jesus Discusses Justice

So many people see Jesus as some flower child walking around in the tall grass with sandals, a robe, and some stringed instrument. This emasculated version of Jesus is not only a perversion of who He is, but is often used as propaganda by many to defend their personal “beliefs.” One area often misunderstood is… Continue reading Jesus Discusses Justice

Basics · Justice · Nap · Non-Aggression Principle · Philosophy · Social Justice · Social Justice Warrior

Defending Justice from the Social Warriors

The year of 2017 in some ways could have been the year of the social justice warrior (SJW). There are many ideas as to what a SJW is, but I would simply define it as someone who believes that they see social injustices in the world and fight for justice. Often this is done on… Continue reading Defending Justice from the Social Warriors

Christ · Christ Centered · Human · Identity · Identity Crisis · In Christ · Philosophy · Purpose

Your Identity Crisis

For a very advanced technological culture, we have a major identity crisis. This comes in many waves for us culturally and as individuals. Part of our issue is that we don’t know where we came from. It seems like the history of our country is up for grabs, and the story lines keep changing depending… Continue reading Your Identity Crisis

Architecture · Art · Beauty · Canada · Human · Philosophy · Quebec · Securlarism

Cubism is Killing God

Recently I wrote an article on reclaiming beauty. There may be some foundational ideas there that you would need to understand before you read this article. Most of us know what cubism is but are unaware of the term that is connected to it. Before we define our terms, I want to take you to… Continue reading Cubism is Killing God

Beauty · Computers · Human · Images of God · Logic · Lucretius · Machine · Philosophy · Securlarism · Worldview

How to Dehumanize Culture

One modern conversation is whether one day computers will take over the human race. Certain modern philosophers and other technological giants who are currently influential to society such as Tesla, Stephen Hawking, and others, have warned of this potential. Often in the theoretical, they are talking about two different scenarios. One scenario is computers and… Continue reading How to Dehumanize Culture

Afterlife · Ecclesiastes · Great Books · Logic · Lucretius · Nietzsche · Philosophy · Purpose · Solomon · Work

The Redundancy Liberator

 Do you ever feel like life is redundant? I can’t be the only one right? Get up, eat breakfast, go to work, do the same thing at work that you did yesterday, come home, make dinner, play with the kids, get the gang in bed, and then you do it all over again. This I… Continue reading The Redundancy Liberator

Creation · Environment · Ethics · Philosophy

Let the Earth Burn

Some Christians regard  the planet with a “let the Earth burn” attitude. When it comes to environmentalism, some seem to care less about the planet. This comes from several different ideologies. Some Christians believe that the planet is only going to last so long so they feel that taking care of the planet or their… Continue reading Let the Earth Burn

Apologetics · Atheist · Classical Education · Jesus · Logic · Math · Philosophy · Reclaim · Worldview

In the Beginning God Created Logic

The Christian is losing battles on many fronts. This is not to say that God Himself is losing, God doesn’t lose. This is strictly talking about it from a human perspective. One way I believe that Christians are losing the battle pertains to logic. It may seem odd that logic would have anything to do… Continue reading In the Beginning God Created Logic

Culture · Ethics · Morality · Philosophy · Society · Truth

You Don’t Really Believe in Moral Relativity

Do you remember this scheme from your childhood? You were 10, maybe 12 years old and you wanted something. I’m not just talking about something small like having dessert that night. I am thinking a lot bigger. You wanted to go to your friend’s for the weekend, and they were going to have over several… Continue reading You Don’t Really Believe in Moral Relativity

Dante · Hell · Literature · Philosophy · Poetry

Are There Levels of Hell?

Please note: Affiliate links follow. You won’t pay a penny more, but I may receive a small commission which helps to cover the monthly expenses of this site. Your support is appreciated! Publius Vergilius Maro, also know as Virgil, was a Roman Poet who lived from 70-21 BC. He wrote famous works such as the… Continue reading Are There Levels of Hell?