#FallacyFriday: Kritik

  Kritik is a the German word for “critique”. A kritik is an a priori (Latin, meaning “from the earlier”) argument, or an argument that must be address by both sides before either can advance the broader discussion. In short, a kritik attacks the foundational premise of a debate as being fundamentally flawed. A couple(…)

Do We Owe the Nazi Doctors an Apology?

In 1933, Nazi Germany established the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring, which allowed compulsory sterilization of any citizen who suffered from a potential genetic disorder as determined by a “Genetic Health Court” (similar forced sterilization policies were in place at that time in California as well). These movements were largely based upon(…)

Roe Has No Clothes: Exposing The Lies of Roe v Wade

Today marks yet another anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision known as “Roe v. Wade” and its companion case “Doe v. Bolton.” These two cases would overturn laws in the majority of the States in the U.S. and reverse decades of legal protection for unborn human beings. The following is an article that I(…)

The Foolishness of the Cross & the Logic of Man

This is a part of an ongoing discussion about the Bible and the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution. The opening argument The 2nd Amendment and The Bible: A Historical and Theological Look at the Natural Right of Self-Defense, by Andy Alexander can be found in three parts: Part 1 examines the historicity of the 2nd(…)

A Peace That Pacifists Are Misunderstanding

This post is a rebuttal to A More Excellent Way, by Joshua Remington, which was a response to my 3-part look into The Second Amendment and the Bible: Part 1 examines the historicity of the 2nd Amendment, Part 2 analyzes self-defense according to Natural Law, Part 3 investigates the Biblical justification for self-defense. I appreciate Josh’s kind words in(…)