To Whom it May Concern,
I’ve always wanted to write a blog post about religion. I don’t know why, maybe it’s because I have a lot of opinions about it and never really had the opportunity to express it coming from a fairly traditional background. 1,371 more words
He reaped $2 million in fees from Christian groups in 2014 alone. Now he wants their votes.
Before Ben Carson was vying for votes from members of Christian organizations, he was charging them tens of thousands of dollars — in some cases even more than he charged groups with no religious ties — for speeches. 198 more words
Merit (meritum) is the property of an action that gives the actor the right to receive a reward. Condign merit (meritum de condigno) presupposes a proportional equality between the action and the reward: the reward is justly earned and is given as a matter of justice. 259 more words