A Secular Proof of God-given Rights The entire nation holds that our laws should not rest on any religious tenet or tradition. That’s a good thing. However, the secularists have had their way with our laws and our religious symbols for many decades. They have won the arguments because, as nonbelievers, their ideas seemed inherently secular. The rest of us…Continue reading Beating the Secularist at His Own Game
The powers and authorities of the physical universe show us the origins of human rights. The highest of these, the right to choose, points to the best form of government.
This seems like a strange, maybe even oxymoronic topic. Yet because of the simple nature of a rock, you may soon experience the most profound understanding of human rights you have ever had. So bear with me a moment while I set the stage. This special rock is from my flower bed. For me, it represents the extraordinary yet ordinary…Continue reading Even Rocks Have Rights
The two worst topics to bring up if you want to keep your friends are religion and politics: the other labels for church and state. Not only that, this book is about rights: “I have a right to …”, “He has no right to …”, etc. So here we talk about three big issues: rights, religion, and politics and the fog…Continue reading The Introduction to the Book
One of my readers suggested I treat the relativity theory of truth that many generation Y people have adopted, so that is my goal here today. This morality “theory” is often expressed this way, “What works for me is true for me and what works for you is true for you.” It strikes me first of all as a simple,…Continue reading The Physics of Morality
The Place of Father in the Order of Creation I like to fasten on a topic and shake it until it reveals everything in it. So this little trip today is about the creation of father’s day if you keep pushing back to it’s first origin – the creation of man. Well now, there is one more thing about fathers before that.…Continue reading The Creation and Fathers’ Day