The Gay Johnny Bravo


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“When men have realized that time has upset many fighting faiths, they may come to believe even more than they believe the very foundations of their own conduct that the ultimate good desired is better reached by free trade in ideas — that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market” - Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Abrams v. United States (1919) Some of the most important issues that face society today are difficult to discuss, due to their sensitive nature. That inherent difficulty in discussing them in the open, also makes it difficult for best ideas to win acceptance in the open marketplace of thought. With that in mind, these research papers, and the podcast recording of the papers, is to tackle some of the most important, but difficult to discuss issues facing our society today. The goal being to help society reach a higher standard of thought, in its endeavor to achieve the ultimate good, of which Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr spoke. These papers originally started a decade ago as a single research paper on a logical and biblical justification for Christian support of gay marriage. But one paper became seven papers over the years as it turned out there were a handful of important issues facing society that were becoming taboo, allowing bad ideas to get a hold through the vacuum caused by the lack of reasoned discussion. We must be weary of the lies that can only be believed in isolation, and defeat bad ideas through exposure, argument, and persuasion. We must not seek to silence bad ideas, but rather to make bad ideas compete in the open marketplace of thought. The author is a gay Christian, with a mix of liberal, conservative, and libertarian ideals. He’s a millennial, and works as a software developer and cyber security analyst. Although it is the responsibility of the reader to apply his or her own logic and reason, the author provides clear logic and reason for what he believes are superior ideas, to compete with conflicting ideas in the open marketplace of thought. The links to the papers are in the podcast description and the introduction document. The papers contain links to all of the references. When quoting facts, or someone else’s ideas, the author did his best to provide the reader with the source from which it came, in the event they desire to dive deeper. Link to podcast: Links to papers: 0 - Introduction - 1 - The Homosexual Saint - 2 - Morality - 3 - Abortion - 4 - Socialism - 5 - Sexism - 6 - Racism - 7 - Prudence -

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