The title of this entry may surprise you because it seems to go against everything we’ve been told by traditional Judeo-Christian theology. “Love of money is the root of all evil,” the Bible instructs. (1 Timothy 6:10) In this article, I hope to demonstrate that if viewed the right way, material things like money, vehicles, […]Read more "The Godliness of Material Things"
Every time there’s a shooting, our nation enters an increasingly polarizing conversation about what we can do about “gun violence.” The Right says the Left has no right to take away one’s right to self-defense, and the Left says the Right has no right to endanger the public. But as usual, both are having the […]Read more "Laws Don’t Stop Crime; People Do"
The Marriage Debate can be solved by a simple libertarian solution: divorce. It might sound drastic, but in my opinion, it is the only way to ensure that liberty is protected for all peoples. Currently there are two main camps in the Marriage Debate: 1) This camp believes in traditional marriage, or in other words, […]Read more "Divorcing from Government: A Libertarian Solution to the Marriage Debate"
It was exactly three years ago that I decided I would be baptized as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This decision came as a result of praying to the Lord to know if the Church was true, and subsequently receiving a witness of its truth from the Holy Spirit. […]Read more "Powerful Passover and Easter Connections"
“I didn’t know the good Lord considered Christian values to be voluntary.” I was engaged in yet another pointless Facebook debate with one of my liberal friends whose minds I am never going to change when this statement was made. It was a light bulb moment. I realized that the root cause of our disagreement […]Read more "Choose the Right: How Libertarianism and Mormonism Intersect"
Welcome to my blog! I’m glad to have you here. I didn’t know what to write about for the very first post. It feels like that first page of your journal that you need to leave blank. But it would be rather boring for you if I just gave you a blank screen to stare […]Read more "The Power of Can-Do"