“In this real world, there’s a curious irony in the juxtaposition of the blind, lockstep loyalty to one’s political party or religion, and the current worshipping of the “Individual” and the individual’s vehemently-defended right to make up his or her own rules of morality, and conduct toward fellow human beings.”… Read More #FirstCuppaJoe | The Games People Play
Are Good and Evil simply, relative? Or do those terms need to be redefined so that they are not?… Read More Opinion | Good vs. Evil
What If? © 2021 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com March 1, 2021 What if God purposely developed humans by evolution; giving us our physical drives to protect self, to reproduce, to form societies — blending us, hybridizing us from the many strains of ancestors — evolving us a little more, until the right moment in… Read More Theology | What If?
(c) 2020 Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com, WritersClass.net Is Goodness for wimps? Is Goodness “relative”? Can acts be attributed to Goodness in one context but not in another? Is there a spirit of Goodness, infusing some people, but not others? Or is Goodness merely one quality of a normal, healthy human mind? I believe it is,… Read More Opinion | Goodness
Humanity’s Greatest Need: A Secular Morality ©2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com, WritersClass.net Today’s world is a world of deception. Politicians promise to bring Utopia if elected, fully knowing they cannot deliver. Once in office, they lie, pull dirty tricks or just vegetate — collecting a handsome salary and selling power and access to the… Read More Opinion | Humanity’s Greatest Need: A Secular Morality