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Do you think that the “stoning the rebellious son” shows how primitive the Bible is? How about “eye for an eye”? Well, if you do, you’re in a for a very interesting surprise. Dennis explains why these laws represent two of the greatest moral advances in human history. See the video here. And then forward it on […]
($) Doesn’t quite go as planned. That’s what happens when you get a sober judge.
This was written in 2010 by a Catholic. These lectures are the basis of Dennis’s new book, The Rational Bible.
The conductor promised to be progressive, but looks what he does. The writer is deeply disappointed.
So what if he founded the country, he owned slaves. Isn’t that reason enough to completely discredit everything he ever did? See what students say here.
Once corruption takes hold of a country, it’s economic destruction is assured.
Millions of years of human history and evolution have just come to a halt.
The judge rules against PragerU, but makes a startling admission: she declares that YouTube is not an open forum and any claims that it makes that it is are “mere puffery.” Here’s the actual ruling.
Jason Riley, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and author of “False Black Power,” makes a powerful point in the new video from PragerU: political power doesn’t lead to economic gain. See it here and then send it on to the people you know who need to see it.
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