Category Archives: Ethics and Morality

Is Hillary Fundamentally Honest and Trustworthy?

Kevin Drum, writing in Mother Jones – a far left opinion magazine – thinks so, or so the title of his piece claims, Hillary Is Fundamentally Honest and Trustworth But, do you see the problem with this (and other such) … Continue reading

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Why #NeverTrump?

David French has a great article over at National Review titled, “Small Acts of Cowardice Are Destroying Our Culture.” Mr French contends, and I agree, that the destruction of those values by which American culture are defined is …through the … Continue reading

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An Imam Weighs In

While those of us who decry the the decline in traditional notions of Christian morality might take comfort in the Gran Imam’s declaration, keep in mind that one of the effects of this judgment is that¬†Episcopalians are not entitled to … Continue reading

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Unconditional Forgiveness Diminishes God

You and I have no right, religiously or morally, to forgive unconditionally those who do evil … If we sinners are automatically forgiven no matter what we do, why repent? In fact, if we forgive everybody for the evil they … Continue reading

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