Christian Reply to Euthyphro's Dilemma #4

Bob Enyart plugs tomorrow's interview with Bevelyn of Chaz, and our Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Russia collusion graphic (at, and reports on the efforts to tear down the pyramids and everything done in the name of who wrote that white Europeans like him are most civilized and that blacks are closest to apes. Then Bob continues his "clear thinking segments" using as fodder the atheist "Euthyphro's Dilemma" argument. Google ranks Bob's Christian reply #1 at On Euthyphro Part 1 we introduced Socrates' argument. In Part 2 we evaluated the Divine Command View. In Part 3 we introduced what's called the Recognition View. And now in Part 4 the "Recognition View Meets the Trinity". To hear the full series, just click on over to

* Liberals HATE Anti-Communists: Hollywood, Hillary, Homosexuals, Humanists, Hillary (did I say Hillary?), et al., HATE anti-communists like Sen. Joe McCarthy, the John Birch Society, and the House Un-American Activities Committee, even though none of these have ever murdered anyone, whereas the left has always had a soft spot in their hearts for the godless communist Soviet Union that killed about twenty million people, until...

NY Times wins 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for connecting Trump-Russia collusion dots

* Murdering Millions or Losing a Campaign? Which is the last straw for the Democrats? As long as the former Soviet Union was only guilty of murdering millions of their own people (via democide), leftists had a warm place in their heart for Russia. Let them imagine though the Russians tilting one election, and their disapproval rages. Ironically, the actual Russia campaign collusion was when the DNC and Hillary Clinton paid millions for a foreign spy to collect anonymous Russian disinformation in hopes the dossier would interfere with the election. Thus the New York Times won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction by ignoring the real ones and connecting dots that never actually connected.

Today's Video Resource: Get out of the Matrix

Get%20Out%20of%20the%20Matrix_converted.jpgBob takes on a college professor and her philosophy class in a debate regarding absolutes. Who wins? The students have been taught that nothing is absolutely right or wrong, so Bob asks them if that is absolutely right. And they’ve been taught that they can only know that which their five senses have told them, so Bob asks them which of their five senses told them that.

Is the lack of intellectualism in this college class representative of American higher education? You can decide as you view this video, one of Bob’s most extraordinary presentations.