Last night a lady asked me on Twitter, "What is an Anarcho-Christian?" (That's the word I used on my Twitter profile to describe myself.) I promised her I'd write an essay about it and get back to her with an answer. The question is important, because I believe the experience of history has proven that it takes an Anarcho-Christian culture to sustain a self-ownership-based social contract such as the U.S. Constitution. Otherwise, via the "slippery slope" doctrine, it inevitably morphs into police state tyranny — of which the United States has finally become a prime example. In the absence of an Anarcho-Christian culture, the so-called "noble experiment" that is human law and the U.S. Constitution are merely ignoble and tragic failures — even deceptions. This is why the Culture War for the soul of America is of such utmost importance.
Right off the bat, I would like to point out that neither theists (Intelligent Design) nor atheists (Random Conglomeration of Molecules) can "prove" diddley squat to satisfaction of the other side, so it's usually a waste of time to try. I like to just tell my atheist friends, let's pretend that theism (ID) and atheism (RCOM) are both unprovable fairy tales. What's in it for me to believe in the fairy tale with a sad ending? Nothing, as far as I can see, so I made a conscious choice to believe by faith in the fairy tale with the happy (life after death) ending because it makes my life happier.ShareThis