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Doing What's Necessary

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”

–Francis of Assisi

American Future

Libertarian Calvinism - 3

This is the third installment of a series on Oliver Crisp’s “Libertarian Calvinism,” a chapter in his new book, Deviant Calvinism. Part one is… 3,131 more words

Compatibilism

Knowing Is Not Enough

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.”

–Leonardo da Vinci

American Future

Day Trip to Auschwitz

Just about every one who visits Krakow, goes on the day trip to Auschwitz – and these days,  Krakow is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. 5,735 more words

Holocaust

Six Essentials of Liberal Democracy

Liberalism evolved very slowly from a society nobody today would call liberal. What we consider the liberal norm today arrived piece by piece, with great difficulty. 1,155 more words

Living Wage

Predestination (Uh Oh!)

Without a doubt, predestination is one of the most argued about doctrine. This is partially due to the fact that predestination seems to challenge a key concept that most people deem necessary for moral responsibility, namely the principle of alternate possibilities (PAP). 136 more words

Religion

Untangling ethical concepts: Part 2

This week I continue to introduce some of the key concepts in moral philosophy and try to apply them to ethical consumption to make a better sense of it. 830 more words

Ethical Food Consumption