A natural problem arrises when you suppose the existence of an omnipotent, omnibenevolent God- how and why does evil exist? Harriet touched upon this in an earlier blog in which she breaks down the nuances of such an issue. I’m writing this blog as a response that proposes a surely controversial conclusion: evil doesn’t exist.Continue reading “A Solution to the Christian Problem of Evil: It Doesn’t Exist”
Today we’re going to talk about the Electoral College.We’re going to get at it by discussing its origin, its intended purpose, dispel modern myths, and discuss the existential threat it poses to the American Republic. So let’s climb the ladder of truth together.
“Who is there so feebleminded or idle that he would not wish to know how and with what constitution almost all the inhabited world was conquered and brought fully under the single dominion of Rome in fifty-three years?” -Polybius
In our last episode, we talked about how, according to Locke and the founders, people in the state of nature would choose a government that would protect their natural rights of life, liberty, and possessions in exchange for giving up their right to enforce the law of nature- that is Locke’s version of the social contract. We finished teasing that sometimes, in case of emergencies, the government gets to break its own rules.
PODCAST TRANSCRIPT Today, we’re gonna talk about the idea of rights, specifically the rights America was founded on. The founding philosophy of America is that governments exist not to give you rights, but to protect your natural rights, God given, inherent ones. The story of America cannot be told without mention of her foundation inContinue reading “Our Founding Principles: Natural Rights, the Declaration of Independence, and John Locke”