Monday, 11 March 2019

Not that there's anything wrong with that*

There can be no neutrality about anything that matters at all - certainly not about anything as important as sex.

Every-thing - Every Possible Choice - is either positively or negatively inflected; and must be explicitly acknowledged as such.

If not, and if the proper direction of evaluation is denied; then in practice we Will get moral inversion.

This has happened many times, with respect to many themes, over the past fifty years; is continuing; is accelerating...

It is better to be a Christian or not? If it is not explicitly said that Christianity is better; then the result will (after a few intermediate steps) be anti-Christian.

Is marriage better than not? If it 'doesn't matter', then The System will inexorably organise against marriage, until marriage is eliminated. Eliminated either explicitly, or de facto - hollowed-out and replaced; such that a solemn marriage contract becomes The Only legal contract that can be unilaterally broken, at will, without sanctions.

The same with all sexual preferences. If it is explicitly said that there is 'nothing wrong' with something which goes against Christian sexual morality - then it will be (has already been) encouraged, propagandised and enforced - while Christian morality is discouraged, demonised, and persecuted.

There is no neutrality; never believe that there is.

When there are two alternatives one is always better than the other. 


*If you don't get the reference, search for it with "Seinfeld". One of the funniest, best-structured, sitcom episodes - ever. 

4 comments:

Wm Jas Tychonievich said...

I don't know, Bruce. If you want to take sides, that's your choice, but I don't think there's anything wrong with neutrality.

Bruce Charlton said...

@William - Ha! Very good. You got me then, for a moment.

BlueCat57 said...

Life is black and white. The grey areas are you justifying the wrong choice.

BlueCat57 said...

So, because you are lukewarm--neither hot nor cold--I am about to spit you out of my mouth. Rev 3:16