Month: June 2017

Rekindling Curiosity

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While my family is in limbo waiting for a new washing machine, my mom and I had some good quality bonding time at the local laundromat yesterday. We ended up discussing some pretty hefty subjects ranging from how books of the Bible became canon, why translating the Bible is so hard, and we even delved Read More …

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Guest Post: A Christian Case for Social Liberalism – The War On Drugs

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Birch Smith, Hillsdale College, 2017 Let me preface everything I’m about to say in the next few articles by explaining a number of underlying assumptions that I’m working off. Hopefully this will save everyone some time, and maybe prevent a comment-section flame war, or at least save the discussion for more substantive points. First, I’m Read More …

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A Desperately Needed Lesson on Law

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Everybody has an opinion on the ways laws are and the way laws should be. But it seems as if most opinions, left & right, are based more on political affiliations, biases, and preferences than on an understanding of what law truly is. Most messages about public policy from our politicians seem to be rife Read More …

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