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Do Virus Patients Have The ‘Right’ To Infect?

Do Virus Patients Have The ‘Right’ To Infect?

Viruses are extremely unpredictable, as the worldwide Ebola outbreak last year proved. That outbreak highlighted a significant problem, and one whose reconciliation is firmly grounded in biblical truth. Here’s what I mean: When society makes the freedom of the individual ...

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The Structures Of Liberty

The Structures Of Liberty

It then belongs to princes to know how far they may extend their authority, and to subjects in what they may obey them . . . .   —Junius Brutus, A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants (1579) Temporal authority is ...

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Worshiping The False God Of Football

Worshiping The False God Of Football

Picture this: People gathered together each week for one cause — clapping, singing, worshiping. They donate their hard-earned money, and their time, too, knowing they wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Heaven, they believe, surely will be something like this. ...

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The True Foundation of Liberty

The True Foundation of Liberty

“Only a Sith deals in absolutes” —Obi-Wan Kenobi Freedom and Nature Discussions about liberty have to begin with definitions and of course, include reference points.  After all, no one is free to do anything and everything that they want to ...

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Christmas and Revolutions

Christmas and Revolutions

Godly men are not revolutionists: the Lord’s way is regeneration, not revolution. —Rousas J. Rushdoony Philosophy of the Christian Curriculum Herod and the Magi Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, ...

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The Economics Of The Fall

The Economics Of The Fall

As you can see, the fact of man’s evil nature bears on both the positive and normative aspects of economics.   —Tom Rose, Economics:  Principles and Policy (1996) If we discard the law, we are left to wander aimlessly, with ...

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