Finding Truth Without an Abundance of Evidence

Straight Thinking About Facts — Part 2 There’s even more to straight thinking about facts than the issues to which I referred in my last article.  We must consider how we will proceed when evidence is unavailable.  What do we rely on to determine whether we are considering verifiable facts

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Honesty and Truthfulness

Straight Thinking Demands Honesty and Truthfulness

Straight thinking is all about another “moral” necessity: honesty and truthfulness.  Honesty not only includes telling the whole truth accurately, but honesty must be the motivation when seeking to tell the truth.  An attempt to be less than honest will end up in our twisting the truth for our own

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The Whole Truth

“Straight” Thinking Tells the Whole Truth

Meeting the requirement to tell the whole truth to ensure straight thinking is a tough task for us all.  Facts are where we tend to make our most common crooked thinking.  We misrepresent the facts — whether intentionally or unintentionally.  Therefore, the first lesson for all of us to learn

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Straight thinking overcomes a dysfunctional culture

Ours Is a Dysfunctional Culture!

Parents are frustrated and hurting with the challenges of the current dysfunctional culture.  It’s dysfunctional because it contradicts itself.  Furthermore, it encourages our youth to believe in an angry, self-centered, and crooked (read “unthinking”) way of living.  It claims all people must be tolerant of others, but then it is

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