What Is the Best Way to Learn What Your Opponent Believes? — post by Michael J. Findley

In answer to a Quora question: What's the best way to learn the opposing side's arguments when it comes to politics? What is best varies from person to person. I read Plato’s Republic, then acquired an audio version to listen to it many times. Rather than the Communist Manifesto, Plato is the real foundation of the left. …

Coming Soon: Conflict of the Ages Part V: The Ancient World

“We forget everything. What we remember is not what actually happened, not history, but merely that hackneyed dotted line they have chosen to drive into our memories by incessant hammering.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” George Orwell And [Abraham] said unto [the …

The World, and All That’s In It — Post by Michael J. Findley

The first book of our world history series was intended to be just an introduction. Antidisestablishmentarianism turned into a lengthy statement of purpose. It is available as four separate books as well as a single volume: What Is an Establishment of Religion?, What Is Secular Humanism? What Is Science?, and What Are the Results of …

Completely Revised and Expanded, in print and ebook: The Conflict of the Ages, Parts 1-3

  Science, History, Literature reunited. Eyewitness testimony and the real scientific method. Read ancient manuscripts, search the world, and discover truth instead of buying into preconceptions. When did time begin? Who are the Sons of God? Did ancient Establishments of Religion construct cultural controls and make man a god? Rediscover the Worldwide Flood and the …

Review of The Bible in World History — Post by Michael J. Findley

The Bible in World History is by Stephen Leston, PhD (in Bible) (Click the image to see the book on Amazon.com. This is the first paper book I have read since converting to ebooks many years ago and I find that I do not like it. It is only available in paper. The type is …

The Population Bomb

Type “population explosion” into google. It returns over 27,000,000 hits and almost every one refers to future human population. The current world population is over 7 billion people. It was 1 billion just after 1800. But as we look back the census data becomes less certain. It is difficult to find an agreement about the …