Is same-sex marriage something worth going to literal war over?
Category: Dutch Courage
The contents of a black box are discovered only once it is opened. But we can always speculate about what’s inside.
Is dueling compatible with traditional historic Christianity? Folks with whom Alexander sought communion after being shot didn’t think so and challenged the dying man accordingly.
What does it mean to be a “Christian”? That question seems (to some) as relevant today as it was during the American Founding.
A surface scratching inquiry into objective notions of truth.
Was America founded to be a “republic,” revolutionary France a “democracy”? No. What are the supposed differences David Barton fabricated? Find out.
I would describe my faith as “Quakerish.”
How do we know what’s ultimately true? Especially in a religious sense. This is where I am currently.
The interview that arguably cost John Silber the office of Governor of Mass.
Watch a Police Officer patiently and perfectly handle a tense situation.
Watch two intellectual giants battle it out over 1980s Cold War politics and policies.
Jon Rowe notes problems with bureaucratic tyranny in the United States with a personal story that focuses on a state and local government example thereof.
Jon Rowe examines the concept of God through the lens of 18th Century American notions of “benevolence” with a special focus on Emmanuel Swedenborg.
Learn a little about Emanuel Swedenborg, whose ideas interested among others Immanuel Kant.
Are these two people “fit” for “marriage”? Should the government have a role in answering that question? I still say no.
Jon Rowe grapples with the mystery of sexual orientation’s origin while dealing with analogies and logical fallacies.
Jon Rowe examines how David Barton misleads while he attacks better credentialed scholars.
Jon Rowe wonders how a national right to same sex marriage might affect the religious consciences of those who disagree with such.
Jon Rowe ponders the cosmic implications of Islam and Mormonism, and their cosmic relationship to Christianity.
A brief gloss of the complex intellectual and spiritual harmony between the Founders and the Quakers.