The paradox of democracy is that it is founded on the premise of strong consciences but tends to produce weak ones by its very permissiveness. Its maximization of freedom (freedom from cops) rests …More
The paradox of democracy is that it is founded on the premise of strong consciences but tends to produce weak ones by its very permissiveness. Its maximization of freedom (freedom from cops) rests on the willing submission of its citizens to conscience; yet this very freedom from cops tempts us to free ourselves from conscience, too. Paradoxically, this excess of freedom, or rather this mistaken kind of freedom, requires more cops to stave off chaos, thus resulting in less freedom. (For the two kinds of freedom—freedom from conscience and freedom from cops—are also inversely proportionate.)
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The Relationship between Cops and Conscience, Community and Chaos

Peter Kreeft: Colson’s Law is named for the man I learned it from: Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries. It is one of the fundamenta…
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Be Ye Separate
Christ Is King.
We are seeing the consequences of man as the ultimate authority.
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The only means to mitigate (not avoid) these sad difficulties is to have a country in which the Church is honored. The Holy Roman Empire (with all its warts) is suggested as an object for consideration