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the violinist hypothetical

Parents have a moral obligation to their children, whether they want it or not. An unborn baby is no different. Continue reading

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on Christian irrationality

I readily acknowledge that the average Christian might have a lower IQ and a higher tolerance for irrational thinking than the average atheist, but I find comfort in the fact that our smartest can easily defeat their smartest. Continue reading

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be subject to evil government

Although a government is murderously evil, we should still be subject to them to the extent that we acknowledge their sovereignty. Also, although a government is murderously evil, they are still commanded to preform executions. Be subject even to an evil government. Continue reading

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do not do evil that good may come

The apostle Paul says in Romans that those who “do evil that good make come” are worthy of condemnation (damnation). As Christians, one should not vote for John McCain, who supports killing babies whose mothers have been raped or whose parents are related, such that Obama, who supports killing babies for any reason whatsoever, would not win. Continue reading

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