An Approach to Reading the Bible: Moderate Literalism and Methodological Plausibility

This article argues in favor of moderate literalism as an ideal mode for reading the Bible. I compare it to two other modes. I also discuss a concept called methodological plausibility which can be used outside of religion as a general thinking tool. Disclaimer: I’m not a trained theologian. Moderate Literalism: The Bible is true … Read more An Approach to Reading the Bible: Moderate Literalism and Methodological Plausibility

7 Concrete Use Cases for Seasteading

Part of me fears actions based on abstract rather than concrete thinking. Seasteading has immense theoretical backing as an avenue for needed competitive governance, but where would the funding for a Seastead come from? Imho, the concern is not that there is a lack of funding from ideologically motivated libertarian types. Au contraire, I fear … Read more 7 Concrete Use Cases for Seasteading