Friday, July 24, 2009

Friday stuff.

I'm not writing about you...
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So anyway.
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I'm working on a painting and it's a rainy morning and I have to get to work. It is a difficult painting and if it doesn't turn out I will burn it or gesso over it and paint a pear. I just want to make a comment however.
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The Kinsey report - I came across another critique of Kinsey - the great scholar and sex therapist who deceived the nation with his bogus research. Just like Marge Sanger did with her eugenics doctrine - 'get rid of the undesirables', you know - well Ruth Bader Ginsberg knows what I'm talking about... But I digress.
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"Alfred C. Kinsey had a secret. The Indiana University zoologist and "father of the sexual revolution" almost single-handedly redefined the sexual mores of everyday Americans. The problem was, he had to lie to do it. The weight of this point must not be underestimated. The science that launched the sexual revolution has been used for the past 50 years to sway court decisions, pass legislation, introduce sex education into our schools, and even push for a redefinition of marriage. Kinseyism was the very foundation of this effort. If his science was flawed -- or worse yet, an outright deception -- then our culture's attitudes about sex are not just wrong morally but scientifically as well." - You gotta read this.
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Gay activists often take some of their data from Kinsey, as does Hollywood and Oprah. I know! What difference does it make? "Kinsey's pseudoscience arguably did the most damage through our court systems. That's where attorneys used the researcher's facts" to repeal or weaken laws against abortion, pornography, obscenity, divorce, adultery, and sodomy." (I have to wonder if Christopher West accepts the same sexual revolution data? So-called theology based upon false data isn't good.)
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Just like Marge Sanger's policies have become reproductive rights for women, making abortion settled law - according to Sotomayor and the President and most of Congress.
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It seems to me St. Paul may have been writing of our times in 2 Thessalonians: "[The] lawless one will appear as part of the workings of Satan, accompanied by all the power and signs and wonders at the disposal of falsehood - by every seduction the wicked can devise for those destined to ruin because they have not opened their hearts to the truth in order to be saved. Therefore God is sending upon them a perverse spirit which leads them to give credence to falsehood, so that all who have not believed the truth but have delighted in evildoing will be condemned." - 2 Thes 2: 9-12
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Whatever, huh? I got my jabs in - now back to work.
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(See, it really wasn't about you.)

2 comments:

  1. Christians are brutally criticized for our faith in God.

    What we don't know is that those criticizing us have a far greater faith in their testaments.

    Kinsey's brilliance is related to his understanding what the materialistic, secular world wanted and he gave it to him and they ate it up, virtually unread.

    They wanted to live lives like sexual deviants who were many of Kinsey's experimental subjects and interviewees.

    So secular society developed an incredible faith in Kinsey that exists to this day, even when the truth has long been published.

    For one thing, there is a huge industries have made billions off of it.

    Similarly, faith in a human cause for "global warming" fits perfectly into the psyches of environmentalists who deplore the fact that other people live and despoil their playgounds.

    The faith in the goodness of eugenics, euthanasia and abortion also fits nicely into the those environmental psyches. What the world needs is less people.

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  2. Wow, it seems like all I can say anymore is that we have to keep praying...

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