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Behaviorism: Slavery and Indignity

Behaviorism teaches the self-referetially absurd notion that we believe what we believe because our environment so conditions us. In this article, R.C. Sproul Jr. touches on Skinner’s behaviorism and how it has infiltrated modern thought. What is missing from this dialogue is how it has also crept into conservative...

The Marketing of God

It used to be just Christians who used God as a marketing gimmick. As it turns out, even the corporate machine sees a value in turning a quick profit on the Almighty. In a strange twist of irony, this may be the only example in recent history where American...

Irreligious Theological Language

Though I disagree with his ultimate conclusions, I find it interesting that a non-religious journalist would so willingly embrace the theological language of Augustine. This is an interesting read. Though not explicitly religious, Brooks’s language evokes theology: for example, he doesn’t shirk from using the word “sin”, not in a...