Opinion | What Religion and Government Have in Common

© 2021 Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com

Sometimes a multi-part posting on Twitter turns into a mini essay.   My conclusion on this thread is that the elimination of chaos and uncertainty comes at a price: a giving up of some freedom.  When the trade-off is voluntary and rescindable by voting, then there is good balance, resulting in peace.  When the trade-off is mandatory or voting becomes a meaningless choice between virtually similar political parties, then chaos increases.

One thought on “Opinion | What Religion and Government Have in Common

  1. Something was wrong with that word “insues” I tried the built-in Dictionary on my MacBook..no luck. I typed in “ensues.” Bingo. Damn! Once something is a “screenshot” there’s no editing it. Seems like Apple would have recognized that “insues” sounds like “ensues”. The old UNIX computer systems had a whole table of “sounds-like” words. We’re not talking “AI” here, just simple algorithms that are readily available down-deep in the MacOs (which is a flavor of UNIX) 🙂


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