Bad Will Hunting

March 22nd, 2005

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At this time of writing, time is running out for Terry Shiavo, so let’s get to the issues (and there are many):

First and foremost, the Judeo-Christian tradition holds to principle of the sanctity of human life.  This is front and center.  But for those who don’t subscribe to this ancient principle, there are others that give compelling reasons for what the Congress is doing.

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“Atheism can’t be right, because I happen to know an atheist who abandoned his wife and children.” If that reverse syllogism doesn’t make a compelling argument, you owe a great debt to Aristotle (the first formal logician), and the fact that you benefited from education rooted in the Western tradition.

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“Atheism can’t be right, because I happen to know an atheist who abandoned his wife and children.” If that reverse syllogism doesn’t make a compelling argument, you owe a great debt to Aristotle (the first formal logician), and the fact that you benefited from education rooted in the Western tradition.

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See if you agree or disagree with this statement: “Even elected officials who are deeply religious sometimes have to make compromises and set their convictions aside to get results while in government.”

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