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Tag Archives: moral discernment
Discrimination is necessary. If you are going to hate what God hates, you must be discriminating about what there is in this world that warrants hate, and from what depth of passion in each context. It should be obvious that … Continue reading
Sometimes you have to state the obvious. Western minds are obsessed with the question of what defines a good person, and how we become good people. The biblical approach is completely different. The underlying assumption is that there are no … Continue reading
The basis for oppression and control these days, and even more so in the future, is homogeneity of the population en masse. It’s the principle of herding, of reducing people to a commodity. To “commoditize” something means making all of … Continue reading
This is not prophecy, per se, but an exercise in sensing the moral drift of things. The manosphere is folding, says Jack, and I agree. The lessons learned have hardly been lost, but the nature of the movement is evolving. … Continue reading