The High Ground

Heat to Light: Our Lost Moral High Ground, and How to Begin Reclaiming It

Remember when Christianity held the moral high ground? Maybe not. Depends on how long you’ve been around. It ...

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Are You Rationally Competent To Assess Your Rational Competence?

Observation: The one who is incompetent at rational argument will never be persuaded of his incompetence by rational ...

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We’re Not All Like That, Dan Savage

Our old friend Dan Savage is at it again, this time with a website saying “Christians are not ...

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Morality and Human Nature: Why Atheists Get It Right and Wrong (Part 2)

Atheists who believe it’s good to maximize human well-being cannot support that position with evidences or with reason, ...

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Morality and Human Nature: Why Atheists Get It Right and Wrong (Part 1)

I thought you might be interested in these quotes concerning morality: The first principle of morality is that ...

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Three Reasons Freedom of Religion Matters

Freedom of religion matters. It is unique from other freedoms. It wasn’t chosen ad hoc for inclusion in ...

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Getting the Moral Argument Wrong — Again

Atheists are forever getting the moral argument wrong. A.C. Grayling, in The God Argument, says, The argument that ...

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