Yes, I certainly will.

I think one of my introductory remarks in the original article was that evidence and due process was a necessary prerequisite of justice as in the days of the Catholic hegemony an Inquisitor or friend of the King or your noble landlord, one needed no evidence to take you to the torture chamber before obtaining your “confession” of guilt and forfeiting money, property and your family. I agree there is obviously still work to do in this arena for money and race still determine the level of justice one receives.

I think I would also concur we are not that far apart at all in our interest in justice, my one great comfort as a Christian is that there is an ultimate court that sits before which all is laid bare and no one escapes judgement.

I also added a small preface to the original article reflecting the usefulness of the conversation so that other interested parties can follow the conversation.

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I write engineering software for a technical website and am studying part-time for a PhD in Philosophy, https://planetmacneil.org/blog/.

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