Topic: rational

I am pretty much a pariah in the Catholic blogosphere. I just don't fit in with the rest of the "gang."  I have been condemned on more than one catholic blog.  And it all comes down to a ver ... discuss

This article was originally published by Hope Australia on April 22, 2017.Paul RussellBy Paul RussellAnyone who has ever sat on an awards committee knows well that there are standards to be met. ... discuss

by Kerby Anderson: The Bible describes many miracles, but we also have other literature and even modern claims of miracles. Is there any way to evaluate these claims in a rational way?Dr. Timothy McG ... discuss

Huffington Post is a disgrace to “News Media”. Time and time again, the news aggregate site pushes narratives through exaggeration, manipulation, and a blatant disregard for context. GENIU ... discuss

Huffington Post is a disgrace to “News Media”. Time and time again, the news aggregate site pushes narratives through exaggeration, manipulation, and a blatant disregard for context. GENIU ... discuss

Anselm of Canterbury (c. 1033 – 21 April 1109) was a Benedictine monk, abbot, philosopher and theologian of the Catholic Church, who held the office of archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. Af ... discuss

Euthanasia/assisted suicide is NOT about terminal illness. The issue is about normalizing killing as a response to human suffering. Sure, the initial sales pitch would restrict doctor-administered or ... discuss

by Benny Huang: Two horrific suicide bombings, in two different cities, two hours apart—this is how Egyptian Christians began Holy Week. In the cities of Tawra and Alexandria, Muslim terrorists sto ... discuss

After a hiatus of relative calm, anti-Semitism has been accelerating at an alarming pace across the globe. Its most ominous surge is in Europe, Australia and North America—those traditional bastions ... discuss

This article was originally published on Wesley Smith's blog on April 18, 2017,Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithEuthanasia/assisted suicide is NOT about terminal illness. The issue is about normalizing kill ... discuss

The doctrine of the Trinity is the vast, deep background behind all our theology, and when we explicitly talk about it we make a comprehensive claim about who God is if the gospel is true. But often t ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another Middle East war that his countrymen do not ... discuss

. . . Obama’s national security advisor is a liar -- and possibly a felon.by Matthew Vadum: Former President Obama’s National Security Advisor Susan Rice asked for the names of Trump transition of ... discuss

A while ago I came across this letter from a dad whose unborn daughter, Eva, had a debilitating disability and would die a few days after birth. Of course, it's a very difficult situation to go throug ... discuss

Gary Bauerby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: What Now? In the wake of Friday's healthcare debacle, both sides within the Republican Party regrouped and made rational arguments for their positions ... discuss

Reminder - there is no fasting on a Solemnity. So enjoy taking a break from your Lenten fast while celebrating the great good done for us when Mary said, "Yes" and Jesus became flesh in her womb.Leona ... discuss

In a recently posted lecture on the topic of Fundamentalism, George Demacopoulos (hereafter "GD") fell into many of the same errors evident in his original article that began this discussion. He conti ... discuss

This is Part 3 of a 3-part series. Here are Parts 1 and 2. On March 6, President Trump signed a revised executive order restricting entry to the United States from certain countries, which followed h ... discuss

“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” ― Aristotle What is our value as individuals?Apart from our inherent will to survive, we continuously make an assessment of ourselves and ... discuss

By Jonathon Van MarenIt is common knowledge in the pro-life movement that the “pro-choice” media is, for the most part, “pro-abortion.” This is not an attempt to demonize their motives, but si ... discuss

Steel Magnificat rags on pro-life monomaniacs:The pro-life movement is infested with cranks who suffer from monomania. Most of us know someone of this type. When you mention that children are dyi ... discuss

The belief that life begins at conception is at the heart of the pro-life cause. But I'm amazed that virtually nobody has asked themselves how we came to believe in it. It's rather taken for granted.M ... discuss

Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789 By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to ac ... discuss

Who Would Rothbard Support?Would the great Dr. Murray Rothbard endorse Donald J. Trump?We interrupt the bloggage backlog (and inactivity), to bring you a new piece. Thanks to comments posted at a rece ... discuss

Image Source: Institute for Competitive Intelligence.Over the last few years, liberals have had their egos stroked by studies which report that they are smarter than conservatives. For instance, a few ... discuss

The one memory that will stay with me, when all other memories of September 11, 2001 have faded, is how obscenely beautiful the weather was. There really should have been more portents. Fierce, fiery ... discuss

I recently came across this posted on Facebook, and it didn’t quite make sense. If you’re familiar with The Screwtape Letters, you know that this work of fiction is composed of a series f ... discuss

In her book Breaking the Abortion Deadlock: From Choice to Consent, sociologist Eileen McDonagh argued that pro-choice people should move the debate from being about choice to consent. In other w ... discuss

It seems every so often I run across someone on Facebook (rarely in personal activism) who asserts that we must convert people to Christianity in order to end abortion, or that we must share the Gospe ... discuss

The Prophet Nathan confronts King David with his sin.Question: "I have often been perplexed by the last two sentences of Psalm 50. Is this thought to me a Messianic psalm? If so, I find difficulty in ... discuss

"Schönborn warns of Islamic conquest of Europe" (ORF), "Schönborn, Many Muslims want a conquest of Europe '" (OE24). The headlines can herald a departure from the current suspect "Welcoming Path". B ... discuss

As read on Facebook:Stephen Woodworth will be speaking at a luncheon in Saskatoon on Monday, August 8, 2016. A former Member of Parliament, Woodworth will be introducing his new project, Democracy Def ... discuss

During the Middle Ages, Aristotle's views on embryology were predominant, and shaped Christendom's approach to abortion. Although abortion was always regarded as a grave sin, regardless of stage of pr ... discuss

Students at St. John Bosco, Rochester, NY(Photo source: stjohnbosco.org.)On April 28, the National Catholic Register published an article by Peter Jesserer Smith on the growing number of Catholic scho ... discuss

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George McFall clearly needed some of David Shimp’s bone marrow more than Shimp needed it. When Shimp – McFall’s first cousin – refused to give it, McFall took him to court. The judge’s gavel ... discuss

Aaron Ross Powell has written a mostly-excellent essay on the extreme tribalism (although he doesn't call it that) which underlies the emotions aroused by virtually every contentious issue of the day. ... discuss

  This essay was first published, with illustrations, in Life Matters Journal Volume 4 Issue 3 — February 2016.   morass: 2. a complicated or confused situation ... discuss

Currently, the United States has a serious problem with its own sovereignty. This problem is two fold, as I see it. On the one side is the immigration issue, and the other side is an issue relating to ... discuss

In a fallacy that appeals to the heart, the arguer uses emotional appeals rather than logical reasons to persuade the listener. The fallacy can appeal to various emotions including pride, pity, fear, ... discuss

When distributed systems fail, they fail in a catastrophe. All components fail in a successive wave of destruction because the mechanism of failure in one part is very similar to that in another. All ... discuss

What started out as a “last throw of the dice” to save the Anglican Communion has succeeded–at least for now. One would think there would be some thanksgiving, but instead there is l ... discuss

Saw some encouraging words today in one of my long discussions somewhere else:  Salty Biscuit said: "Wow. I have to tell you, when we started this conversation, it felt like talking against a wal ... discuss

Of the three Doctor Who books I have reviewed recently, this has been my favorite.1) It has the all-important voice of the characters. When you can hear the voices of the actors in your head speaking ... discuss

Brothers and Sisters: Peace be with you.Frequently, Internet atheistic aces challenge me to provide evidence and/or proof for the existence of God. Almost all the time the proof they demand is, on its ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliProLife NZ says just as the word “abortion” is used less and less in favor of other terminology, the culture of death ... discuss

It has been a while since I have felt I had anything much to write.  Most days by the time I get a few minutes where I could write, I am so depleted and exhausted that I feel I don't have anythin ... discuss

I traveled to the March for Life in Washington D.C. with Trivium school.  The students are so enthusiastic. We started with mass at St Paul Cathedral in Worcester where we got fueled up on the bl ... discuss

Social and political philosophies have tremendous impact on one's world view. One's role in society (should individuality or community have priority), the belief of the purpose of government (to prote ... discuss

One of the major criticisms leveled at those of us who are pro-life goes something like this: “The pro-life crowd only cares about babies until they are born.” and, “Anti-abortion pe ... discuss

I want to pay tribute to Lewis Hohenstein, my pastor at the Whittier Grace Brethren Church during my teen years.  My Dad had been asked to lead the music there when  I was 10,  so the t ... discuss

We had quite a weekend our here in Southern California over the LA Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling’s private conversation with his mistress in which she goaded him into an incoherent racis ... discuss

My response to Amanda Marcotte, one of the most vile feminists I've read in awhile on her column The Real Debate Isn’t About “Life” But About What We Expect Of Women, where she compares hav ... discuss

I'm continually frustrated that so many -- many Republicans included -- believe the lie that "there never were any weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) in Iraq".It's patently -- provably -- not true!&nb ... discuss

Healing the Culture: A Commonsense Philosophy of Happiness, Freedom, and the Life Issues by Robert J. Spitzer My rating: 5 of 5 stars The faculty of reason should be seen as the common denominator un ... discuss

BE FOREWARNED..... A RANT IS COMING.... I tend to understand why people have the tendency to ask this question....  I get it.  I especially get it if the person asking it only has one or tw ... discuss

I've had many great discussions with compassionate (if awfully mislead) pro-choicers, and I always try to listen carefully to what they say and understand their reasons for being pro-choice. In fact, ... discuss

Abortion is undeniably a very polarized topic…and rightly so. Its debate is, in essence, the epitome of the struggle between right and wrong. In this case, however, innocent lives hang in the balanc ... discuss

by Jane St. Clair Author of Walk Me to Midnight I wrote “Thirty Logical Reasons to Vote No on Assisted Suicide” when the issue was on the ballot in Washington state.  It’s now on th ... discuss

by Jane St. Clair Author of Walk Me to Midnight   Sunday, November 25, 2012 – This morning the New York Times’ lead editorial is about how everyone should consult their doctor or nurs ... discuss

This is the first installment in my series "The strongest pro-choice argument", which will focus on analyzing and responding to Volume 39, Issue 5 of the Journal of Medical Ethics. Issue 5 is a specia ... discuss

 This was my first ever March for Life! To say I was nervous would be an extreme understatement. As May 9th approached I found I could think about little else. I was incredibly excited to finally ... discuss

Keeping up with Holy Week, here is an EXCELLENT piece on the LOGIC of the Cross. This is logic that it is really quite hard to argue with. Again, my thanks to my very dear and recently departed friend ... discuss

Clearly, in any time, it would be considered immoral to force those who cannot form moral thoughts to take responsibilities common to those who can. Was it ever the intention that the Second Amendmen ... discuss

As a Catholic looking at Modernity, provided that one is aware of the goings-on around him, the world can seem like a pretty messed up place. And it is. Original Sin has radically effected the state ... discuss

Praise God that Stan did such a wonderful post, that I should highlight, and adopt... "It's time to restate the main positions of this blog: ATHEIST INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITIES IF Atheists b ... discuss

This post was originally published in 2005, and is re-presented here. Happy Thanksgiving! The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) has republished an essay from the 1950s by economi ... discuss

Last night I laid out my predictions for the Presidency, the White House, and the Governorships. My top line predictions: President Obama 290 Romney 248 Senate: 51D, 48R, 1I +1R, +1I House: 237R, 198 ... discuss

Father John Cihak is the director of the Respect Life Office in the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon and Pastor of Sacred Heart-St. Louis in Gervais. He is also responsible for a discernment weekend a ... discuss

Dearest Ones, Forty nine young mothers went into the Building for Women in the past 2 months and allowed their innocent baby to be torn apart by the unusually cruel torture of abortion- except for one ... discuss

December 13, 2011 (LiveAction.org) - There are a lot of negative stereotypes about the pro-life movement. I could easily write a list of 20 or more. These five, though, are the ones I personally enc ... discuss

The idea that the uncouth people of the Middle Ages thought the Earth was flat is a myth that has been propagating since the nineteenth century, intended to give us a quite unfair view of this vibrant ... discuss

Gov. Synder has the perfect temperament for the job. He also made sure that he was not indebted to a number of special interest groups. He will not hesistate to be true to the promises he made to his ... discuss

In the United States, a family of four with an annual income of 21,954 or less is considered poor. I, along with my mother and three brothers, have lived below the poverty line for all of my life. I a ... discuss

So I asked a pro-choice person this morning is a fetus a human?  To which he responded, "why yes ofcourse, fetus is a stage of human development; however, a fetus is NOT a person."  Whe ... discuss

by Chuck Colson April 18, 2011 (Breakpoint.org) - For some time now, I’ve been telling you that the Christian worldview is the only worldview that provides us with a rational way to live in the worl ... discuss

The CRIB's periodically fugacious concerning Jihad, both soft (activist) & hard (militant) ...HARD - re imminent bio-terror attack - with any luck, Jeb Bush will be elected 45th POTUS in 2012 so the D ... discuss

In a taxpayer-funded program, students will now be required to take Arabic language and culture classes. In addition to the Arabic language, the grant requires "culture, government, art, traditions an ... discuss

There are three main threads in religious thought developing in the globalized world: Atheism, Judeo-Christianity, and Islam. Each is differentiated from the others by a fundamental principle of philo ... discuss

Having lived in Korea for more than six years, I've suffered my share of irritations--but not so much from Korean people. Rather, it is some of the expats and the so-called "Korea experts" that piss m ... discuss

As a Christian and a conservative, I believe we have reached a crossroads where we need to seriously reconsider our approach to cultural engagement. The swift undercurrent of moral decay continues to ... discuss

There's no doubt I appreciate his timeless musical contributions to the world, but I must say there are fewer political opinions I value less than those of singer/songwriter Elton John. As a homosexu ... discuss

This post consists of some online debate I had yesterday with the opinion editor and some other pro-abortion readers of the Roanoke Times (Roanoke, VA). The Roanoke Times is fiercely liberal; it’s a ... discuss

Michal Crichton give us a lot to think about in this speech.Here are some thoughts:(1) You cannot eliminate religion from the psyche of man r />That’s a more literal truth than he may think, especia ... discuss

The lengthy entry that follows is an email exchange I (Kevin) had with a boisterous, leftist, local newspaper columnist, Rick Howell, earlier last year. Howell writes for the Bedford Bulletin. I inc ... discuss

Over at The Evangelical Outpost, I criticize the worse "graduation speech" ever (not) given.Due to Bar Review and a work situation from hell, I've gotten 2.5 hours of sleep in the past 40 hours. But t ... discuss

Another Evangelical Outpost article on the world's most dangerous book got me to thinking about more deep philosophical issues. Hat tip again to Joe Carter for keeping me blogging and keeping me from ... discuss

As we take the time to mourn the terrible tragedy that occurred today on the campus of Virginia Tech , brace yourself for the countless TV pundits now flooding the airwaves and cable news programs wit ... discuss

More for the mommy-inspiration files, from Kim at Upward Call. I asked her if I could share this here, because it wasn't originally posted on her blog or written with mothers in mind. Instead, these w ... discuss

And Survivor stuff too! I'm sorry that posting to this site has become such a rare event. As I've written here before, the time available for blogging is not what it was. The primary culprit remains ... discuss

Ross Douthat's excellent take on the over-reaction to Brit Hume's altar call: The knee-jerk outrage that greeted Hume's remarks buried intelligent responses from Buddhists, who made arguments along t ... discuss

Nuremberg GambitBy Timothy J.A. O’DonnellViolence against innocent human life is a moral evil. The gunning down of Dr. Tiller is lamentable in the extreme even without withdrawing his background of ... discuss

David Brainerd by Jeremy D. Lantz Used with permission "Only eternity will reveal how many fires of evangelistic zeal have been lit by the perusal of the acc ... discuss

This is a brave--well-written article, something we seriously need to ponder while the children (Congress) are at recess.July 22, 2009 By: James LewisAmerican ThinkerSenator Ted Kennedy, who is now 76 ... discuss

There is really a connection between Darwinism and abortion. There is a quest for perfection and a belief that imperfect individuals should not exist and it is somehow rational and acceptable for the ... discuss

I was one of those people throwing yellow round condoms at you in the street, when men wore flowered tights and everyone called everyone "Girlfriend" and snapping was an art.I was standing red-eyed in ... discuss

You have spent a lifetime building a house. It has a tornado shelter and a hatch.One day you see a twister on the horizon. You dive into your beloved, well-stocked shelter and lie flat. The roof shear ... discuss

When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told Tom Brokaw on "Meet the Press" that the Catholic Church has not been able to determine when human life begins, she set off a firestorm of debate about the C ... discuss

This Guardian article, by an English stand up comic on his work experiences in Germany, was unusual in that it managed to be funny and fascinating at the same time. Here is a snippet that begins wit ... discuss

Here's romp through three articles that take on the subject of human happiness - and why Liberal notions of what that is will make you miserable. First, this WAPO review looks at a new book on Bened ... discuss

Here is another reason to stay away from Windows software - as if you needed another. This came out after Warren Buffett anounced he would give Bill Gates' charity a mountain of money:Fr. Thomas J. Eu ... discuss

The CRIB's periodically fugacious concerning people and events of faith ...MARRIAGE: Well written response to Newsweek's diatribe duo, Meacham and Miller - WARNING: Traditional view presented [Tenness ... discuss

"Human Rights Commissions" in Canada have again showed their bias and cowardice, as well as proving that their agenda is 100% political.Ezra Levant, a prominent critic of Human Rights Commissions in C ... discuss

The following is an excellent article written by Matt Barber of Concerned Women for America. He is an attorney concentrating in constitutional law and serves as CWA's policy director for cultural issu ... discuss

As every Canadian should know, the Supreme Court’s Morgentaler decision twenty years ago today struck down as unconstitutional the then-existing Criminal Code abortion law.  Since then, Can ... discuss

Today’s intriguing contrast in news about the Anglican Church of Canada: The Ottawa Citizen carries an item on yesterday’s meeting of traditional Anglicans, while Anglican Journal covers a ... discuss

Every time Peter Hitchens tuned in to British media discussions of Pope Benedict’s university lecture and Muslim reaction thereto, the talking heads presumed that the Pope had been out of line.& ... discuss

Exactly what did Pope Benedict XVI say to provoke such widespread violent reactions from Muslims?  He gave an esoteric, philosophical/theological speech to an academic audience about the relation ... discuss

A friend of mine from church recently sent me an article by Bill McKibben entitled "The Christian Paradox" that was published in Harpers last summer. After reading the article, I realized that I have ... discuss

Sixties baby boomer Mary Kenny writes in the London Telegraph that cohabitation is probably more common than marriage among British young people.  She, like many of her generation, thinks cohabit ... discuss

In what may be an attempt to avoid a potentially disastrous international outrage, Afghan prosecutors suggested that Abdul Rahman, the man charged with the capital crime of "apostasy" from Islam, may ... discuss

In a recent news item, I learned that Catholic Charities of Boston decided to end its participation in adoption placement because they could not obtain an exemption from state laws banning discrimina ... discuss

Scientists are called to discover, but that calling is jeopardised when ideology intrudes into scientific debate. Uwe Siemon-Netto, UPI religion columnist, suggests that some proponents of Darwinian ... discuss

The first chapter of Rodney Stark's new book The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success was printed in the New York Times on Christmas day. Stark argues ... discuss

By R. John Kinkel, R. JOHN KINKEL, a former priest, teaches sociology at Baker College in Michigan and is the author of "Chaos in the Catholic Church" (Xlibris, 2005). THE CATHOLIC Church seems to ... discuss

You might be a child of the 80's if...This timeline appropriately describes actual events in your life:STAR WARS opens, you are still in the single digit years, and you think the creatures are WAY coo ... discuss

For the purpose of facilitating logical and respectful argumentation and discussion, the lovely Dawn Eden of The Dawn Patrol commissioned Brett and I to write out the complete blog commenting guideli ... discuss

I believe in creationism. When I consider the intricacy of the simplest of God’s creations, such as the finely-detailed veins of an oak leaf, and the amazingly complex interactions between the huma ... discuss

Published in The Indicator, vol. XIX, February 10, 2005 by Elizabeth Petrik Netherlands infant euthanasia policy is a symptom of a deeper, more widespread moral ailment. So act as to treat human ... discuss




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