Easter, Christmas, and Paganism

This article discusses the fact that Easter and Christmas as often celebrated contain pagan influence. I mention this not to invalidate Christianity, but to provide for the better practice of Christianity by eliminating bad traditions. For starters, Easter, Passover, and Resurrection Day are all fundamentally and conceptually different even if they coincide on the calendar. … Read more Easter, Christmas, and Paganism

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act is Bad News for Liberty

By Guest Writer Jay T. Paine Everyone is upset with Indiana, probably because their Hoosier tires started blowing out. At least that would be a legitimate reason to be upset. Another legitimate reason for outrage is Section 8 of the Senate Enrolled Act No. 101 also known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Sec. 8. … Read more The Religious Freedom Restoration Act is Bad News for Liberty

Re: David Friedman “Duck Dynasty, Medieval Islam, and Moral Philosophy”

This article contains my response to David Friedman’s recent blog article, Duck Dynasty, Medieval Islam, and Moral Philosophy. Update, Later the Same Day, 4/2/15: I reached out to leading thinker and apologist Greg Koukl by Facebook. I was glad to hear a quick response. He agreed that the problem is that David’s question confuses issues … Read more Re: David Friedman “Duck Dynasty, Medieval Islam, and Moral Philosophy”