Introduction Before considering the issue of good and bad economics, and how economic theories are products of good and bad worldviews, we should have an understanding of certain economic definitions. Typically, liberal economists are said to be “leftists” while conservative economists are said to be “right-wingers.” The range is thought to be on a horizontal…

Introduction The repercussions of the Atheist lead to anarchy and hysteria. As the Enlightenment writer Jean-Jacques Rousseau states in his influential book, The Social Contract: If I took into account only force, and the effects derived from it, I should say: “As long as a people is compelled to obey, and obeys, it does well;…

Introduction “Pagan” is a tricky word. According to Webster, a pagan may be a follower of a polytheistic religion or one who has little or no religion—“an irreligious or hedonistic person.” When man creates God, man could be defined as pagan or Atheist because a belief in any man-made gods equals a belief in no…

How Atheist Denominations Are Concocted Because he cannot answer the question of “how he knows what he knows,” the Atheist finds himself lost without any authority.  He is then forced to make up what feels right to him personally, as does the next Atheist, and the next.  Schisms then ensue, and Atheist denominations are created,…

How Do We Know What We Know? As the headmaster of the school at which I used to teach would often ask the students, “How do you know what you know?”  This is what is known as a question of epistemology, or, the study of the grounds of knowledge.  Just like everyone else, the Atheist…

Introduction to the Scientific Method The Big Bang Theory is actually not a theory at all. In order for a scientific notion to be accepted as a theory, the notion must pass a five-step test known as the Scientific Method. Webster defines the Scientific Method as “principles and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge…