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Conservatism

“Conservatism is not so much a philosophy as an attitude, a constant force, performing a timeless function in the development of a free society, and corresponding to a deep and permanent requirement of human nature itself.” – Quintin Hogg 1907 – 2001, Englishman.

 

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  1. Of course this works best under the Judeo-Christian ethic, itself! I will always maintain that St. Paul was something of a Judeo-Roman conservative. (Rom. 13)

  2. Well, Fr. Robert, I am in slightly better shape now than when we last ran into each other in the blogosphere.

    • Yes, we all have our ups and downs! I have myself slightly moved to a more Neo-Calvinist position, just a tweak! John Frame and Vern Poythress both have been helpful for me here. Poythress is a math guy, and has written about the importance of this somewhat. Surely in philosophy logic is important. But GOD In Christ always transcends His own logic at times!

  3. Thank God that I am a Free-man In Christ! (Gal. 5: 1)

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