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Daily Archives: December 27, 2012
On Armed Guards at Schools
I’m puzzled about why the National Rifle Association’s President has been lampooned for suggesting that there should be armed guards in schools. I’m not saying that I agree with the NRA’s entire agenda, but what’s wrong with schools having armed … Continue reading
Clear and Present Dangers 4
I have two items for my write-up today on M. Stanton Evans’ Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government (copyright 1975). 1. A significant point in my reading of Evans’ book thus far has been that the … Continue reading
Posted in George W. Bush, Health Care, Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged Clear and Present Dangers, FDR, judicial activism, M. Stanton Evans, New Deal, Richard Nixon, Warren Court Comments Off on Clear and Present Dangers 4
Is Christian Inclusivism Really Inclusive?
In my latest reading of Paul Knitter’s No Other Name? A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes Toward the World Religions, I read Chapter VII, “The Catholic Model: Many Ways, One Norm”. Where I was confused in reading Knitter’s discussion of … Continue reading