A Dead Ethic is Not Axiomatic

Channing CrislerChanning Crisler, Theology

[gravatar email=”ccrisler@andersonuniversity.edu” size=”100″ title=”Channing Crisler” alt=”Channing Crisler” class=”user-picture” align=”right”]An axiom is simply a self-understood truth, and something quite invaluable in communication.  Imagine a linguistic world where nothing could be taken for granted.  Books, text messages, tweets, and every other mode of speech would be weighed down by a constant necessity to explain what should be obvious, or “axiomatic.”  For example, … Read More