Tuesday, March 09, 2004

"Trying to create a law without religion is like trying to make an omelet without eggs"

Gordon Clark is an amazing writer. His ideas are well developed, and the arguments do not attack, but instead refute. Today's Journal and Courier includes his guest column.

In preaching, unsupported statements like the one above come from out of the blue, intended to evoke an emotional response, regardless of the rules of logic. Once the emotions are involved, there is no longer a need to use logic, and pretty much anything goes.

I wish I could express myself half as well as he does.

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