|And Man Spoke...
||[Sep. 28th, 2006|09:13 pm]
The "Truth" is very hard to dissect. The "Truth" today is hard to separate from a lie. Most commentators on the right will say that we've become morally bankrupt, but I disagree. We are not a morally bankrupt society, we have become amoral. Truth is no longer absolute; truth is now seen with viewer discretion. The "I AM" has been taken out of God, and the "I am" has been put in man. "And man saw his creation, and he saw that it was good.|
With the left as its primary congregation and the left leaning media as its evangelist, Secular Humanism, could be the fastest growing religion. Why not? If you as an individual dictate truth, and never have any accountability, how could one ever be wrong? The sky can be orange, as long as I don't offend your right to think the sky is blue.
As a conservative, it's only natural to see Secular Humanism intoxicate the left, but in all honesty, it is infecting the right as well. You don't have to look very far to point out examples of Republican fear, synchronism in the church, and all out pandering to those who might disagree. People say conservatives are intolerant. Being a conservative these days is all about tolerance--It's about how much you can tolerate before you compromise.
With the myth that truth is always in the middle, fair and balanced, political correctness has become the fulcrum to the balance and the scales. Political correctness is self serving though, when it is administered. It is only as good or fair as the person applying it is, and since there no accountability to an absolute truth, then the person gets to pick what is right or wrong.
Tolerance is not intolerant. Secular Humanism, the religion of most of the left, is intolerant of the "Truth."