The Crux of the matter

CCC get right to the point, as she does so well:

"Today's religious leaders increasingly face a double standard when it comes to their public pronouncements: They can say what they want as long as they express politically correct views or stay mum on hot-button social issues. This stifling of religious voices is intended to prevent religious conflicts in the public square. But it also prevents the most fundamental form of deliberation necessary to the functioning of a pluralistic democracy: honest debates about right and wrong, good and evil, truth and falsehood."

Down with the Dictatorship of Relativism!!! What we are indeed facing as Christians is a thought-regime that wants to outlaw the very notions of 'good' and bad' that make morality possible. There exists in its place an ambiguity that leaves us free to commit evil without fear of accountability and without recourse to true justice for those upon whom we perpetrate injustice.

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