By being against abortion, one is also opposed to kangaroos. How? Think about it. Liberals use the euphemism “anti-woman” to describe people who are against the killing of unborn life, instead of the more literal, “anti-killing” or “anti-abortion” “anti-removal of fetuses.” These latter terms are not used by the liberal media because they don’t […]Read More Pro-life = Anti-Kangaroo?
I saw this post on FB that read, “Nobody cares about the terrorist attack in Baghdad, I guess Muslim lives don’t matter to the media as much as American and European lives.” This sentence doesn’t make any sense. It is structurally incorrect. Islam is a religion, and America and Europe are locations. They are not […]Read More Liberals: Stop Incorrectly using the word “Muslim” as a Synonym for Arab and Brown
An outsider may see a Muslim from a Arabic country commit a terrorist attack or suicide bombing, while a Christian from the West generally does not do those things, and conclude Christianity may seem the less hateful, the more loving, of the two religions. But that is not necessarily the case. The key difference between […]Read More Christianity and Islam aren’t much Different in Terms of Doctrine
Since Christians are very self-righteous and self-assured that they have the 100% complete truth, not open to debate, and everyone else who disagrees with them is wrong, you would think they would be able to convey this vast superior knowledge they hold into the art of filmmaking, right? Yet every Christian movie is full of […]Read More God’s Not Dead: One Offensive and Embarrassing Film
I would call myself an agnostic theist. I don’t know if there’s a god or not (no one can truly know for sure) but I believe there is. I’m very spiritual, I pray, I often find myself doing the “Catholic” trinity *father, son, holy spirit* hand gesture when facing a tough situation. I believe in […]Read More Reasons I address my prayers to “God” and not “Jesus.”
I will attempt to discuss the religious and political views of iconic Irish author William Butler Yeats, who incorporated several hints of his religions and political ideological views in his prose and poetry. First, it is necessary to give a brief summary of Yeats’s religious and political background that would later influence his writings. Yeats […]Read More The Presence of Religion and Politics in the Prose and Poetry of William Butler Yeats