Things go bad fast. In his book Intellectuals, historian Paul Johnson offered a pejorative definition of intellectuals. He said a certain type of intellectual is a person who loves their ideas more than people.
We imagined, in a previous post, our hero woke up one morning having forgotten everything about human interactions. This isn’t a problem as long as our hero is alone, but we quickly discovered it is almost impossible to avoid crossing paths with other human beings. Every new interaction raises questions about the appropriate response. Add [...]
Imagine our hero wakes up one morning and everything about the way we live our lives is suddenly mysterious. Every understanding of social contracts, personal rights, community responsibilities, etc., slipped from his mind as he slept. He launches into the world with the whole of human relationships existing as a country to be newly discovered. [...]
Jay Watts is interviewed by Kristan Hawkins about pro-life arguments and what are the best ways to deal with objections. Kristan Hawkins is the president of "Students for Life of America".
"Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts." -Winston Churchill There is a peculiar sort of beauty in the examples set by men and women who held firm in the face of overwhelming evil. Eighty years ago this month, the world was brought to the brink [...]