The Problem of Evil and Good

If we’re going to meaningfully discuss the problem of evil, such a discussion requires establishing categories and grounds to be able to define what is or is not evil. Bob Seidensticker, an atheist, writes in a blog post titled, “Is God the Good Guy or the Bad Guy?” and tries to answer the question that…

Independence Day Thoughts

What made the American Revolution fundamentally different than every other revolution in the world? Larry Schweikart, over at Townhall, has an article that outlines “5 Ways the American Revolution Was Different From Other Revolutions”. Point 4 brings out the key element that highlights what really sets the American experience so far apart, saying, “American Exceptionalism”…

They’re Starting to Feed on Their Own

I was wondering how long it would take before the progressive/leftists tightened their screws on those that they’ve claimed to be fighting for, and it actually took a little longer than I thought it would. I knew that once they had people convinced that so-called “conversion” therapy was ineffective or inherently harmful, even though the…

HIV/AIDS and Criminal Actions 

A recent case in Ohio raises the question about whether or not a person who knowingly infected another person with HIV/AIDS should be held criminally liable.  From FoxNews, A married man accused of not telling his longtime girlfriend that he was HIV-positive was charged with murder after the woman died of AIDS. A judge on…