I can't help but to agree with the statement on page three that "This book will help you understand destiny from God’s perspective..."
It’s become necessary to start viewing conservatism and liberalism as two sides of the same tarnished coin so as to be able to discard the entire paradigm and reinvent a new one.
This beloved film depicts a moral cesspool of lying and hypocrisy – and the worst offenders are the "good" characters.
It's easy to confuse quotes from the Anti-Suffrage Movement with quotes with today's debates surrounding Female Reproductive Rights.
Harry's Law returns with more questions about morality, and a couple new levels of creepy.
Hobbes was the first behaviorist in a manner of speaking, a thoroughly modern man. His ultimate aim was individual survival; and his ethic, a behaviorist ethic. And we still live under the specter.
Luther, led by the magnificent Idris Elba, is an excellent morality tale mixed with a crime drama.
It makes all the sense in the world to contest one’s rights vis-à-vis any oppressive social or political structure; it makes no sense whatever to do so in the context of personal relations.
Most human relationships are in essence moral relationships. And if they’re not moral, then they’re not relationships, but mere transactions masquerading as the real.
What is justice? The one question that’s coextensive with humanity’s lifespan, a question which shall forever be asked and forever remain relevant.