Atheist will agree that because of its changeable nature human opinion cannot be the source of moral

TBC Staff May 1 2015 Question: I have always believed in moral absolutes, which must be determined by some ultimate standard outside of any opinion that originates with mankind, and thus by God alone. Recently, however, an atheist friend has tried to persuade me that ethics and morality can be derived simply by determining what behavior would be beneficial for most people and thus for the survival of mankind. I find it difficult to dispute his point. Can you help me? Response: First of all, your atheist friend will heartily agree that because of its changeable nature human opinion cannot be the source of moral absolutes. Consequently, all those who argue for a system of ethics or morality wi

John Jay, Chief Justice US Supreme Court 1789-1795: Lived, Judged, Wrote and Spoke according to the

John Jay The first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, appointed by George Washington, was also president of the American Bible Society. Who was he? John Jay, who died May 17, 1829. John Jay was one of the presidents of the Continental Congress. “In governments raised on the generous principles of equal liberty … rulers of the state are the servants of the people, and not the masters of those from whom they derive authority. … The ungrateful despotism and inordinate lust of domination, which marked the unnatural designs of the British king and his venal parliament, to enslave the people of America, reduced you to the necessity of either asserting your rights by arms, or ingloriously pas

SWAT Police: ‘This is it. We don’t go past this line.’

Religion (Godfather Politics) – How would you feel if you drove into a town here in the United States and found that many of the street signs were in Arabic only with no English wording? Then you look around and discover that many of the signs on businesses were also in Arabic. Not possible you say? Think again! Welcome to Dearborn, Michigan. Steve Tarani, author and speaker recounts what he saw when he rode with a member of the Detroit Metro SWAT Police as they drove around Detroit and into Dearborn: SPECIAL: Modern Day Patriots, this is the time to stand shoulder to shoulder with our forefathers in Lexington and Concord. We need the Tea Party now more than ever. “The street signs suddenly

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