The Wyoming Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics is trying to get a 21 year veteran Wyoming judge removed from the bench for affirming a Biblical sexual ethic and telling a reporter that she would decline to marry a same-sex couple. They claim Judge Ruth Neely is incapable of being unbiased and thus unfit to be a judge. The case is currently being heard by the Wyoming Supreme Court.
Stories like this continue to abound. The trajectory our society is on is for liberals to bully everyone who does not agree with them, literally putting them out of a job for holding what they consider to be the wrong opinion. If that doesn’t scare you, you’re part of the problem, because this sort of fascism and bullying and thought police should scare anyone who loves freedom and believes in free speech.
Oxford University has published a statement signed by prominent bioethicists calling for doctors to yield their moral convictions to their patients’ desires/needs. They want all doctors to either perform morally contested services or refer patients to those who will. The direction is clear: you must violate your moral conscience or get out of medicine. This point of view is gaining wide traction. It won’t be long before it is legislated and morally sane doctors will find themselves forced out of their professions.
HT: Wesley J. Smith
Justin Brierley illustrates the fine-tuning argument using dice.
Posted by Theosophical Ruminator under Apologetics
, Theistic Arguments
William Lane Craig’s latest illustrated argument for God’s existence takes up the ontological argument. This is quite a controversial argument, and many theists ignore it. I must admit, I don’t use it myself. It’s not because I don’t think it’s sound, but because it is so philosophically esoteric for most people to grasp, and because it is so nuanced. Nevertheless, WLC has done a nice job helping people to better understand the argument through illustration.
For WLC’s other illustrated arguments, see: