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Review: Under the Banner of Heaven

Reviewed on Goodreads.com Jon Krakauer’s 2003 book Under the Banner of Heaven is a synthesis of two things — a raw look at the history of Mormonism; and a glaring expose on the 1984 double murder in Provo, Utah carried … Continue reading

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Divine Atomic Theory

There’s an apparent breakdown between the relations of faith and science. Everyone in Western culture is aware of this. You cannot escape the media’s opinion of the conflict, and it’s as though almost everyone interested in either of the two … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Over-Zealous Libertarianism

In your effort to progress into a truly free society, keep in mind that the principle of freedom includes the freedom to not have freedom. This is true concerning many things, but it is manifested the most in contract law, … Continue reading

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Against Conservative Collectivism

Those politicos that align themselves to the right side of the political spectrum often accuse their counterparts on the left of “collectivism”. Collectivism, for those that may be unaware, is the belief that the individual has a duty to community/group/society/nation/etc … Continue reading

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