Tag Archive: criticism

taking sex seriously

I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. Christians take sex very seriously.  It’s only to be done within the sacred… Continue reading

social safety nets

Give a man a welfare check, a free cell phone, free internet, cash for his clunker, food stamps, section 8 housing, Medicaid, ninety-nine weeks of free unemployment, and he will vote Democrat the… Continue reading

paranoia raises its ugly head again

Recently, a newspaper in New York published the names and addresses of people who owned firearms in certain local counties. Ostensibly, it was to promote public safety.  Maybe that was the intention, but… Continue reading

the significance of anatomical gender

… if you could kindly point me to those more experienced, and I’m supposing more knowledgeable, people who have reasonably proven that three and four-year-old children commonly raise, and moreover have the ability to… Continue reading

the abstinence myth – adolescents vs priests

Zero percent of those who abstain will be pregnant. I know it’s not a popular thing to admit in certain circles, but I am an animal. And I have lots in common with… Continue reading

sins of the children

From the observation of over a 100 babies and children you couldn’t convince me in a million years that we don’t have sin nature – go work in the nursery at church for… Continue reading

taking life seriously

Defend the unborn against abortion even if they persecute you, calumniate you, set traps for you, take you to court or kill you. I’ve blogged about abortion before and tried to keep it as… Continue reading

principal culprit

If LBGTIs are not naturally selected, then someone is going to argue that they are genetically un-natural. This is then a stone’s throw away from being listed as a psychological disorder. This might… Continue reading

equations and a holy number

In an attempt to not be dumb and lazy, I’ve been brushing up on equations.  I think it’s important that I can verify all my words with random numbers and letters.  Let’s explore… Continue reading

thoughts on the new pope

There’s an interesting form of discrimination here in Argentina that I’d forgotten about. Ageism. I don’t know what it’s like in the rest of the world, but in the UK you can’t employ… Continue reading