Tag Archive: criticism

bad research and the dangers of groupthink

Recently there was much outrage over the alleged anti-homosexuality law in Uganda, but if you read the actual law it was speaking of forced sexual contact with minors with the intent to give them… Continue reading

the difference between ‘thought control’ and ‘being considerate’

That is the cultural struggle we are having in the US right now. There are some who wish to exchange freedom for political correctness, who believe in patrolling and regulating not only speech,… Continue reading

the importance of feedback

You, ma’am are a scoffer who delights in mocking faith and the faithful, not an intellectual who is not the least bit interested in changing minds or learning. One look at your blog… Continue reading

introducing the victims of PC

Offending is the unavoidable byproduct of honest conversation. (Tildeb) For those of you who haven’t noticed, we live in a much smaller world. It’s a world where everyone has a voice and everyone… Continue reading

do atheists indoctrinate their kids?

People say they raise their kids in values neutral environments so they themselves can appear to be reasonable and rational free-thinkers. Truth is, it’s absolutely impossible to raise kids that way and everyone… Continue reading

new blog rules

I’ve been blogging for two and half years now and have never felt the need to issue any kind of fixed rules for anyone willing to participate in the discussions. Until last week.… Continue reading

to ban or not to ban – dealing with difficult comments

You’re as thick as a plank. (Mr Marvellous) Banning other bloggers from my posts is something I’ve never given much thought. I have always had open comments and I try to find to… Continue reading

christian logic: slavery and homosexual marriage

The The Isaiah 53:5 Project has a very interesting post, Does the Bible condone slavery?, which is an interesting attempt at justifying the unhesitating and enthusiastic support for slavery scattered throughout their written moral… Continue reading

a challenge for christians: the moral argument against abortion

do you have any kind of moral argument against a woman being allowed to just get pregnant as many times and she wants and to than sell the fetal tissue? I can’t argue against… Continue reading

abortion: the context of faith

do you have any kind of moral argument against a woman being allowed to just get pregnant as many times and she wants and to than sell the fetal tissue? I can’t argue against… Continue reading