wtb on April 3rd, 2015

Walt Kelley’s most famous quote, “we have met the enemy and he is us,” best illuminates how gay activists – a tiny percent of the population – have so successfully upended age-old understandings of gender and marriage.

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wtb on July 11th, 2014

In Thought Contagion: How Belief Spreads through Society, Aaron Lynch describes seven factors in thought contagion:

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Here’s another example to illustrate a subtle but important aspect of the controversy between gay and traditional values.

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In the 60’s, Blacks were so effective in using sit-ins to oppose segregation that the image of lunch-counter discrimination has become emblematic of civil rights injustices in general. The lunch counter at the Woolworth’s Store on Granby Street [in Norfolk, VA], where 38 young African-Americans held a peaceful sit-in demonstration to protest the segregated lunch […]

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wtb on February 25th, 2010

More and more Christians are taking a “progressive” view of homosexuality by appealing to overarching themes within Christianity that transcend and relativize traditional objections to same-sex behavior. St. Paul by El Greco. The Apostle Paul is the most cited authority for Christian opposition to homosexuality.

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The nature of homosexuality is tightly coupled to the nature of God.

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