Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Please, answer me this

How did the unicity of sexual complementarity and society's need to regulate it become a tenet of blind faith?!  What seemed obvious to even an atheist like Bertrand Russell, that marriage is the union of a man and a woman, is now something akin to the belief that the universe was created in six 24-hour days.

1 comment:

Tom Leith said...

Well Brother Paul, you are still a Modernist who feels the universe is comprehensible. Ethics couldn't stop the wars of the 20th century, "Progress" is clearly wrong. Even that most-progressive modern thing, science, has regressed and feels the universe might have had a beginning after all. We just can't tell what to feel, so come on out into the post-modern sunshine where all that matters is the warm feeling on the face, or the cold feeling on the shady side of the head, or whatever tingly feeling floats your particular boat today.