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  • "The End of Faith: A Short Response to Sam Harris"
  • See also:
  • "A Long Response to Sam Harris' The End of Faith, by Neil Shenvi"

  • "Is John Piper the Best Answer to Emergence and Postmodernism?"

  • "Captured"

  • "The Storm is Over"

  • "If Golfing Were the Pursuit of Moral Perfection"

  • 12.12.2005

    A Great Article by Janie B. Cheaney

    "Loud shouts and lack of knowledge disfigure today’s attempts at discourse."

    I’d like to direct folks to Janie B. Cheaney’s recent article in World Magazine. It is fitting for our day: a time when reasoned discourse is well-nigh impossible. Evoking Plato’s Republic, she likens today’s left wing (and I’m sure she’d include some from the right) as people in the cave with no fire behind them. Everyone’s in the dark screaming over each others’ voices.

    Her quotes range from Socrates to Garrison Keillor to Solomon in a very enlightening way.

    Check it out Here.


    At 6:58 AM, Blogger Joe said...

    Thanks for the link.

    So how do we get to real dialog?

    At 9:55 AM, Blogger John Rush said...


    I'm not sure how dialog is possible if truth is not a category in people's thinking.

    The only thing we can do is bully each other to one perspective or another, I guess. Too bad, huh?

    Maybe the climate will change (revert) to what it is supposted to be...


    At 9:25 AM, Anonymous Stephany said...

    It is sad people care more about their rights than knowing the truth. They believe anything the media tells them. Good article!


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