Duty, Ability, and Rights

These terms — duty, ability, and rights — are often conflated, as a result of French and American influences. In this show, I break down the differences between them, how they relate, and how they should be respected on a practical level, all within the Christian context.

(Alternative link, via Vimeo.)

Summary:

I start with quotes from Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and Abraham Lincoln, then transition into the corrupted philosophies found in American and French history. I define the terms, then lay out how they can be applied, especially in the case of anti-Christian persecution in the Middle East. I apply these to the example of Barack Obama.

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Matthew Olson is a student in the Diocese of Little Rock.

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