Tag: The Weight of Glory
Secular Theocracy: The Foundations and Folly of Modern Tyranny, Part 1

We live in an increasingly secularized world of massive and pervasive nation states in which traditional religion, especially Christianity, is ruled unwelcome and even a real danger on the basis of a purported history of intolerance and “religious violence.” This is found in most all “public” domains, including the institutions of education, business, government,...
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C. S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and the Evils of Statism, Part 3 (Final)

Here Is the Final Part Continued from Part 2: Part 1 Scientism For Lewis, science should be a quest for knowledge, and his concern was that in the modern era science is too often used instead as a quest by some for power over others. Lewis did not dispute that science is an immensely...
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C. S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and the Evils of Statism, Part 2

Continued from Part 1: Part 3 Moral Relativism and Utilitarianism Of central importance in Lewis’s discussion of natural law is his critique of the moral relativism of utilitarianism (“the end justifies the means”) as a theory of ethics and guide to behavior. Lewis claimed that the precepts of moral ethics cannot just be innovated...
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2081 Depicts the Threat of “Egalitarian” Tyranny

The remarkable and haunting, independent, 2009, science fiction short film, 2081: Everyone Will Finally Be Equal, is based on the Kurt Vonnegut short story, “Harrison Bergeron,” from his book, Welcome to the Monkey House (directed by Chandler Tuttle and produced by Thor Halvorssen), and is now available on DVD. Vonnegut’s powerful and incisive story...
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