February 11th, 2016

Scientific Problems for Atheists

by Clinton Chisholm

Scientific Problems for Atheists

‘Village atheists’ and the more educated ones need to read and properly digest the contents of Antony Flew’s last book. The late world renowned British Philosopher and ‘most notorious atheist’ Antony Flew in his last book gave details of the …

February 11th, 2016

Objective Morality – Nature and Necessity

by Clinton Chisholm

Objective Morality - Nature and Necessity

Objective Morality – Nature and Necessity  –  Is there any such thing as objective morality or is everyone free to just set and follow personal moral standards?

If there is no objective morality why should habitual liars or anyone for …

January 17th, 2016

The Dilemma of Ethical Principles and Practices

by Clinton Chisholm

The Dilemma of Ethical Principles and Practices

The most sincere vow of holiness, purity or chastity is more easily broken than the worst condom on the market today. That’s an embarrassing reality that has been known by all honest religionists, especially those who struggle, often unsuccessfully, to …

January 8th, 2016

Cruel Options

by Clinton Chisholm
Cruel Options
By Rev. Clinton Chisholm
“…there’s no right and wrong just winners and losers…”
(a criminal in the movie All Things to All men)
“…there’s no black and white….just shades of grey…”
(a corrupt executive in the movie No Way Out)
January 8th, 2016

A Thought For Politicians and Everybody

by Clinton Chisholm
A Thought For Politicians and Everybody
By Rev. Clinton Chisholm
No one and especially no politician can live without hope. By hope I mean “confident assurance about the not yet”, be that ‘not yet’, the next 10 minutes, the next general elections, later today or tomorrow.
January 8th, 2016

Legal Philosopher John Finnis on Homosexuality

by Clinton Chisholm
Legal Philosopher John Finnis on Homosexuality
By Rev. Clinton Chisholm
The Gleaner editorial of December 11, 2015 wished luck on Human Rights lawyer Maurice Tomlinson’s constitutional challenge of Jamaica’s ‘buggery law’ and the editorial went on to treat the objection to homosexual acts as informed primarily,