Commentary

Can the Reverse Singularity Save Us From the Techno-Nightmare?

[Allow me preface this article by saying that what I have written is highly speculative. I am not endorsing or championing any particular policy, simply musing on future possibilities.] There is currently widespread anxiety about the disruptive and dangerous effects of rapid technological advancement. AI, robotics, self-driving vehicles and other inventions threaten to make human …

Sexual Sin, Racial Purity and the Beginning of Trans-racial Adoption

Christian nationalists are painfully aware of the popularity of trans-racial adoption in Evangelical circles. As children of different races have different loyalties, obligations, temperaments and abilities, it is most unjust to place children into families of racial aliens. This practice seriously hinders the Christian in his duty to live in distinct, ethnic communities as ordained …

The Family as Miniature Monarchy

The Scottish jurist Thomas Craig (1538-1608) writing in defense of the hereditary monarchy of England, argues that the family was, historically, the blueprint for the monarchy. They are similar in that both arose from paternal authority: “Now families at first were kind of small monarchies…In those families, government by many, whether aristocratical or democratical was …