Skip to comments.Whose Truth? Whose Morality?
Posted on 06/26/2018 4:20:21 PM PDT by DWW1990
...Instead of its pasta, Red Hen restaurants are now famous for partisanshipand, like most every liberal these days, panic, ignorance, and malice. Instead of angry politics, the Virginia location that turned away Sarah Sanders claimed they were doing so based on moral convictions. How absurd.
Of course, as most now well know, the moral convictions of modern liberalism allow for the killing of the most innocent and helpless among us, the legal redefinition of the oldest institution in the history of humanity, the attempted redefinition of gender, the embracing of virtually every sexual perversion imaginable, and so on. In other words, a modern liberal clamoring about moral convictions is like Larry Flynt complaining about adultery.
This so-called moral conviction, this so-called truth has nothing to do with morality or truth at all, but rather is something nearly as old as humanity itself: the desire to rule ones own world. As Francis A. Schaeffer put it in chapter oneThe Abolition of Truth and Moralityof his seminal book A Christian Manifesto, such a worldview has placed mankind at the center of all things, and making him the measure of all things. And those who live according to this worldview have no sufficient base for either society or law, and thus, they certainly have no business in any positions of power
Whether in their personal lives, their politics, and even their theology, todays liberals are blind to the notion that some things are settled for all time, and they have written their own moral code
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Good name for a Pelosi fan.
Even better: “Red Hag”
Good article. Thanks for posting.
The Communist Red Hen may just want free labor from the gulags Where Sarah Huckabee Sanders could be dish washer for payment of l=table scraps.
When one wants to rule their own world, inevitably that’s going to conflict with someone else’s rule, and this usually results in something ugly. It’s best to surrender rule to the One who made us.
I wouldn’t be surprised. It seems that the left is always looking for the next “free” thing.
True enough, but the operational issue is even simpler. I'm willing to live and let live, but the freakshow crowd insists that the rest of us accept, validate and celebrate their insanities. If they are content to go off and be crazy on their own time, in their own space and on their own dime, fine with me. But don't demand that I sacrifice my freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of association to accommodate the freaks. And don't demand sanctions if I express disapproval.
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