“‘You just misunderstood me.’ Classic line used by every heretic since Arius.”
A brief review of 2016’s major events in the Kirk. Continue reading
Let’s make it the Top 11 posts of the year. Continue reading
Teammates for life. Continue reading
“Canon Press has investigated the charges of plagiarism and improper citation in A Justice Primer, and it is abundantly clear that the editor and co-author, Randy Booth, plagiarized material in multiple instances from a number of different sources. Such negligence and editorial incompetence is a gross breach of contract and obviously does not meet Canon Press’s publishing standards. As such, we have discontinued the book, effective immediately. Refer to the author statements below for more information. We would like to specifically thank Rachel Miller for bringing this to our attention so we could take the necessary steps to immediately correct such a serious error.”
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Leftover example of plagiarism from Randy Booth’s now-deleted website, with special thanks to Rachel Miller. Continue reading
Doug Wilson could commit a felony at high noon in the town square before 10,000 eyewitnesses and the CREC has no constitutional authority to discipline him. Continue reading
“In a hypothetical biblical republic, I would support the death penalty for child rape, but that republic is not yet upon us.” — Douglas Wilson Continue reading
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company discovered that one of their authors committed plagiarism in his contributions to one of their commentary sets. Rachel Miller has the details Christian Publisher Addresses Plagiarism Allegations, Withdraws Books from Print. Rachel has too much class to say this — but I don’t. Eerdmans conducted an investigation into the charges and did not declare the messenger guilty of personal animosity against the plagiarist or the publisher. They owned responsibility for their error and didn’t rail against anyone. Then again, Eerdmans is actually a Christian publisher.
New Saint Andrews College offers NSA credits for a Logos Online course that requires students to use Omnibus Volume VI, which contains massive amounts of plagiarized text. Shameless hacks, every one of them.
Former professional golfer and current expert on Classical Christian Education Marlin Detweiler pitches the Omnibus for Veritas Press. Continue reading
The warning signs were all there, yet he did it anyway. Continue reading