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I have argued for some years that the battle of our day is a battle for the control of the dictionary. What shall we call things? More importantly, what shall we not be allowed to call things? And the two great questions of philosophy are involved—why and who says?
Sort - Issue - Affects - Words - Battle
And in dealing with this sort of issue, you cannot just change one word—what you do affects other words, and this is because the battle for the dictionary is the battle to define the world.
Put bluntly, there is no way to make perversion normal without at the same time making the normal into a perversion. We are not talking about expanding the boundaries of what is normal. We are talking about preparation to making a switch.
SEXUAL - MINORITIES
The promotional material for the Revoice conference has adopted the tag “sexual minorities” to describe the people they are seeking to minister to. And who are they? Well, it varies in their material. They lead off with “supporting, encouraging, and empowering gay, ****, same-sex attracted, and other LGBT Christians so they can flourish while observing the historic, Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality.”
LGBT - Question - Q - Hatred - Exclusion
LGBT. The first question that should spring to mind is this: where’s the Q? Why the hatred and exclusion, man? Are the Qs not a sexual minority? Whether it refers to queer or questioning, it would seem that any conference that wanted to be welcoming and inclusive would not start their proceedings with a raw act of hurtful exclusion. Why no Q?
But they fix it later in the fine print.
Talk - Descriptions - Welcome - Harmony - Christian
Down in the talk descriptions, the welcome is finally extended. “How can we live in harmony with the historic Christian sexual ethic while also radically embracing the LGBT+ community.” There it is. The warm embrace of the + sign.
But it is a bit late for...
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It is time to put away the our toys and propaganda we've been taught as children and think for ourselves.