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Selective moral outrage

Secular morality has always been selective.  It knocks out the first four commandments and modifies the other six.  It adds a few more of its own, and keeps some up its sleeve to use when the going is good and the time and price is right.  242 more words


Rhetoric | Can Morality Exist Without Religion?

 Can Morality Exist Without Religion?

©2017 Vernon Miles Kerr

In the late 19th Century, “Liberal” teaching threw out religion, along with religion’s moral guidelines, replacing those guidelines with moral relativism and situation-based ethics.  714 more words


The “Benedict Option” or Why the Church Must Not Serve “the Common Good”

“Woe to you when everyone speaks well of you, for that is how their ancestors treated the false prophets” (Luke 6:26).

 “The Benedict Option”

In his recent book, …

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“It Takes a University to Produce Ideas this Dumb”

One day last week as I was reading my local newspaper and drinking my morning coffee I came upon a story lamenting a recent series of incidents of some type of bad behavior, a sort of secular jeremiad. 803 more words