Bob's blog – A skeptical lawyer

One-sided assessment – Opie Taylor and John Stuart Mill

Posted on February 17, 2018

    In The Andy Griffith Show, Opie Taylor learned a lesson about honesty when he tried to sell his bike to another kid without revealing several mechanical defects. Andy put a spoke in Opie’s wheel by disclosing said defects. Andy explained, “If you’re selling something, the buyer has a right to know everything wrong […]…Continue reading

Websites for free images

Posted on February 17, 2018

    I respect the copyright of photographers and artists, so I use either my own photographs or images in the public domain. I copied most of the list below from a Wikipedia article on Public domain image resources.       Wikipedia Commons Snappygoat.com – 13,990,108 Images. Aggregates. Flickr Public Domain Search – About 6 […]…Continue reading

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My goals and standards

Posted on February 13, 2018

My blog focuses on Christian apologetics – the defense of and evidence for Christianity. I call my blog “A Skeptical Lawyer,” and I hope my legal training and experience will help me comment on apologetics – and a few related subjects – from a fresh perspective. I will try to maintain certain standards: Sources. I […]…Continue reading

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Categories of my posts

Posted on February 13, 2018

About my blog. Self-explanatory. You are here. Apologetics. Criticism and comment regarding purported evidence for Christianity. Legal apologetics. Brief analysis of books and articles on legal apologetics – in chronological order. These posts are not traditional book reviews, but merely my comments on legal apologetics. I hope someday to review every significant book or article. […]…Continue reading

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