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The Dangerous Mind of Peter Singer

Joe Carter writes of the Ivy League madman:

Bespectacled, balding, and thin, the Australian scholar Peter Singer has the looks of a stereotypical college professor. You would never be able to tell simply by his unassuming persona that his mind holds some of the most controversial ideas in American academia.
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1 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

Is it possible to believe in self-awareness and self-consciousness, and not believe in a rational nature? Is it possible to believe in a rational nature and not believe in the immortal human soul endowed by our Creator, with sovereign personhood and Life when two become one?
Is it possible to believe (one must believe in the human being standing before our eyes and all of our senses)in the human being and not believe in the human being’s intangible, immortal soul?


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