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Surviving the Humanist Hurricane

evan43 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 6:19 PM
inkling - Let's say you own a restaurant. You hire a manager, cooks, servers, a host. But let's say the demand for labor for servers is below a living wage. Your business will fail without the server, but the server cannot survive on a server's salary. So, you say, it's the fault of the server, for she should be more ambitious. She, too, can be an owner. Okay, sure, you're right. But can all the servers become owners? Obviously not. And even if they could, then business would fail, for who would serve?

The upcoming elections aren’t about Republican vs. Democrat; conservative vs. liberal; Romney vs. Obama. Not entirely, at least. They’re much bigger than all that.

November signifies nothing new. It’s a microcosm of a much greater struggle – one that predates mankind. These elections are about truth vs. lies; light vs. darkness; good vs. evil.

Ultimately, November represents a high point – or a low point if you prefer – in the epic clash between diametrically opposed and fundamentally incompatible worldviews.

On the one hand, we have the Judeo-Christian worldview. It is both informed by and fully acknowledges absolute...