First thing is first: the totally awesome government quote for the week: (this one actually applies to more than just government, but I include it because all my government philosophy is based upon it; we should have principles that guide every policy, and those principles should not change)
Note right here: I will always include citations for the quotes I find. That's the research geek coming out in me. :-)
Welcome to my government weblog! This is really here because its part of my homework for my TX and Local Government class that I'll be taking at my local Community College with Seago. I hope this can become more than that as I share with you my passion for research, government, and most importantly: THE FACTS! (In case you where wondering, I'm going to say that over and over and over again.)
Respecting the facts starts by respecting the truth. This is a much ignored point in our society. I think the main reason is that we don't have the definition of truth. In John 14:6, Jesus tells us that he is "...the way, the truth and the life." Now, just because he said it doesn't automatically mean its right; there are many more reasons why Jesus has proven himself to be the truth; maybe I can go into those later. I do, however, hope that this blog is approachable for non-Christians, too.
I believe that where I posit, those who do not share the same convictions on Jesus can still agree. It's logical to assume that the truth is logical all the way around, right? I just thought I should give credit where credit is due.