Morality is always dreadfully complicated to a man who has lost all his principles

The title quote is widely attributed to Chesterton, although I’ve never found the source. Regardless, it certainly sounds like him.  The phrase cuts to the bone like a battle axe of Truth – light, sharp, swift, unsparing.  Brilliant simplicity is a lost art.

There is no such thing as lukewarm moral relativism.  There is only Truth and error.  If you possess 99% of the Truth, you are in error, by which means you intentionally  separate yourself from God, who is Truth.  Ask Pilate.

The following three links are the ones you need to read about Zikagate.  Keep in mind that not only did the pope say what he said, but when +Lombardi had the chance to walk it back, he instead confirmed YESSS THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT THE POPE MEANT.

You absolutely must read these three links:

1Peter5

Mundabor

Ann Barnhardt

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