As Caleb awaits the birth of his child, I thought I’d rudely offer my unasked-for advice. The process of rearing children seems to me, an unmarried, unsexed, needless to say, un-patriarchal individual, much simpler than parents often admit. It isn’t necessarily that they won’t admit that the process is simple as though out of self-interest; … Continue reading "Quick Thoughts on Children"
[Note from Caleb: By coincidence, Clark and I both decided to write on this topic recently. So keep an eye out for my post later, and enjoy Clark’s case for celibacy now.] This is a topic which has interested me for a while. I find that, more often than not, celibacy is something of a … Continue reading "The Case for Celibacy – Part 1"
This is part 2 of Clark’s series on anarchism. For the first part, head this way. Eventually anarchism must encounter the challenge of parenting. How does one be an anarchist while simultaneously exerting control over a child? The confusion here is really due to misconceptions. Primarily, anarchism is concerned with exerting the right kind of … Continue reading "The Anarchist Parent (Questions on Anarchism – Part 2)"
There once was a young lad on a boat. He wondered why he had be placed into the boat. He saw the things in the boat, possessions, pleasures, labor, people etc., and he wondered “Why am I here? If I have no purpose then neither do these things.” And he wondered. He wondered why indulging … Continue reading "Ecclesiastes Told a Different Way"
Note from Caleb: This is Clark’s first post. If you missed his intro, check here. Enjoy! Dear sirs, I am. G. K. Chesterton upon being asked what was wrong with the world. The argument for anarchism must deal with what, to Christian anarchism, is probably the biggest challenge to the system. That challenge is a … Continue reading "Questions on Anarchism – Part I"