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Morality, Aesthetics, and the Ten Commandments

Reading Stefan Molyneux’s book on secular morality, Universally Preferable Behaviour, brought something into clear focus for me: the difference between a thing being morally wrong and merely aesthetically bad. One of the key finding in Built to Last: Successful Habits … Continue reading

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Review of “Exodus: Gods and Kings”

* * C It’s been a long time since I last saw “The Ten Commandments”. Ridley Scott’s epic, “Exodus, Gods and Kings”, is a remake of sorts. Christian “Batman” Bale is Moses, who is raised as the foster brother of … Continue reading

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Is Hebrew Law Christian Law?

Secularists often point out that Christians conveniently ignore selective parts of the Law of Moses. For example, the book of Leviticus prohibits eating shellfish. [An aside: the belief that Leviticus also prohibits shaving is wrong; it does not.] What does … Continue reading

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