An unpopular opinion, I know. Many believe that inequality is unnatural and immoral, and that equality can be achieved. Others, believe inequality is natural and amoral and that equality (except by force of the state) cannot be achieved. What do… Read More ›
An anonymous history professor at U.C. Berkeley has penned an open letter against the current narratives of racial injustice underpinning the BLM movement and ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd. Its authenticity was confirmed by Kentucky State University… Read More ›
A brave African-American lady speaks the truth about George Floyd, the police, and the black community
Candace Owens: “I DO NOT support George Floyd!” & Here’s Why!
resisting the zeitgeist is not easy!
As Muslims come under intense pressure in the West to approve of homosexuality, University of Cambridge academic and Muslim convert Dr Tim Winter asks what the Muslim response should be. Militant pressure groups insist that homosexuality is normal and natural… Read More ›
This is certainly the most controversial and provocative article I have ever posted on Blogging Theology.
I republish it here for the purposes of discussion. Of course Apostates Should Be Killed by Bassam Zawadi There seems to be a problem with many “modernist and liberal” Muslims out there who would like to “sugarcoat” the religion of… Read More ›
A Blogging Theology report on the oxymoron of being an illegal cannabis smoker and Patriotic Alternative activist
Nazi Ralph Masalamani, an Indian married to a German, appears to be going through some kind of megalomania and paranoia episode at the moment. Ralph is a regular cannabis user at Speakers’ Corner and he is suspected of other drug… Read More ›
About the principle of representation and the concept of a parliament, today we have grown accustomed to associating them exclusively with the system of absolute democracy, based on universal suffrage and the principle of one man one vote. This basis… Read More ›