The Importance of Consistent Nonviolence in Society

Once you allow the collective to use violence against a single nonviolent act like opium use, you open the moral authority for them to use violence to punish other nonviolent acts…like speech they deem hateful, wages they deem too low, milk that is not pasteurized, lack of health insurance, etc. The moral principle of Jesus-imitating […]

A two step vision for Christian-based law

My argument for Christian based law system is two step: 1. Only moral use for prison is violent theft, fraud, child abuse (includes selling minors drugs btw), assault, rape, murder or attempts thereof. All other acts are nonviolent and should be dealt with a whole of host of nonviolent and creative social solutions and actions. […]

Jesus Ends Religion

Religion is never about metaphysics. It’s about the ecstatic unity of scapegoating: of casting one’s guilt and resentment onto a common enemy as part of a clique. Jesus came to end this religion.

The Left and Right Stone the Woman

The right wants to stone the adulterous woman. The left wants to stone Jesus for telling the adulterous woman to go and sin no more. The Christian saves the woman from stoning and encourages her to sin no more. The world desperately needs Christians to be Christian.

Libertarianism vs Christian Nonviolence

The difference between a Jesus-imitating voluntarist or nonviolence (non-aggression and non-vengeance) message and standard libertarian rhetoric is that the former focuses on our moral treatment of the neighbor whereas the latter focuses on an individual orientation. The former is about what is the appropriate way to treat my neighbor, even when in a voting or […]