Post Tagged with: "relativism"

Making Sense of the Senseless

Making Sense of the Senseless

Our popular culture has embraced notions of moral and religious relativism wholesale. Let’s not kid ourselves. Ideas have consequences. Our naive sense of tolerance is proving dangerous to our way of life, and our distorted sense of political correctness is shutting out important political and social discourse. The fact is, one idea is not as always as good as another, and all religious viewpoints are not equally valid.

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The Greater Good

The Greater Good

What is the “greater good”? It sure sounds important, doesn’t it? The only thing I can think of that’s better than the greater good would be the “Greatest Best”. But what it actually means is up to conjecture. We’re talking comparative words here, so we are forced to ask the question, “Compared to what?” Let’s break it down.

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Disinformation, Misinformation And Politics As Usual

Disinformation, Misinformation And Politics As Usual

An unwary public is easy prey for those who would manipulate public opinion. It goes beyond biased reporting, or stories that remain unreported. An outright lie is usually only effective for the short-term. Eventually, when people discover it’s a lie, everyone knows it, and it’s no longer an effective issue. But disinformation is much more diabolical.

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