The Answer to Hate and Racism

Where Living Begins

[This blog was first published August 19, 2017.]

Looting. Murder. Rioting. Stealing. Theft. Destruction. Anger. Burning. Violence. Fear-mongering. Hatred. Racism. Disregard for the rule of law. Race-war. Rage. Tearing down statues. Injustice. Inflammatory name-calling. Lawlessness.

These are all summed up in one foul word: S I N.

Psychology, social justice, cultural Marxism, and modern politics says that man is what he is because of injustices against him. Those injustices may be economic, educational, legal, parental, historic, institutional, environmental, or national. Maybe it’s because your mother didn’t pat you on the head enough, the climate was .001 degrees warmer than a decade earlier, or a Spanish solider in Florida did something 400 years ago.

Added to this menagerie is the religious idea that a person can go from spiritual death to eternal life by free-will, but he cannot change his situation in life by the exercise of free-will.

Whatever…

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