Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Another great article on the Slippery Slope Phenomenon

or, as this one puts it, going down the ladder of depravity, by which figures of speech are used to destroy sin and call evil good.

A great example is this little rant of depravity which chows the misogyny inherant in the pro-choice movement.

14 comments:

Theodore Seeber said...

So, you're still intent on searching out stories of human depravity and running with them. I've never read anything positive that you have said about the non-Catholic world.

Theodore Seeber said...

There are more important things to fight about than religion. Nonetheless, religion plays a role in many a conflict and we would all be better off if people just put religious differences aside and didn't worry about which one is right. They are all wrong.

Theodore Seeber said...

That might be because I don't see anything positive in the non-Catholic world.

Theodore Seeber said...

Yep, apparently materialism tops out the list of what to fight about- wars over resources beat out religion 10:1. Maybe you should rail against materialism instead?

Theodore Seeber said...

It is impossible for someone to not be able to find anything positive in the non-Catholic world. I fully expected you to say "what do you mean, I can name a lot of positive things not associated with Catholicism..."

Theodore Seeber said...

Well, in fact, I can't. Because you see, outside of Catholicism, all I see is truth mixed with lies. Everything that is True, is in Catholicism already. What little good there is elsewhere, is just mimicking Catholicism (I used to say Plagiarizing until I watched THIS video:
). I don't see anything specifically non-Catholic that has any worth to me whatsoever.

Theodore Seeber said...

So, you are what they call "narrow-minded" ? It's impossible to live a fulfilling life being that narrow-minded. Really ?

Theodore Seeber said...

Since Catholicism is Universal, it cannot be described as narrow minded. You are falling into the masonic error, that truth exists outside of the Church.


http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/leo_xiii/encyclicals/documents/hf_l-xiii_enc_18840420_humanum-genus_en.html

Theodore Seeber said...

You think that truth cannot be found anywhere else but in Catholicism? You think Catholicism is uneversal because that's where the word comes from?

I don't blame the Masons for standing up to the Church. So the idea of truth existing outside of the Church is a Mason error? Really?

Your worldview is warped.

Theodore Seeber said...

I think Catholicism is universal because it is universal- besides being a religion, it is also a philosophy, that encompasses everything that is true, and nothing that is false.

It is in fact the only philosophy that actually bothers to follow the scientific method to its natural conclusions in all areas.

The Masons stand for falsehoods. That's why they accept all religions as equal. They must stand against the church, because otherwise their falsehoods fail. Same reason you keep standing up against the church- because the reality of the situation, that modern American culture is in grave error, is too much for you to face.

Theodore Seeber said...

I wouldn't argue with you too much about some of the excesses of modern American culture. But your vision of what the Catholic Church is and what it actually is are worlds apart. It's not as significant in the overall scheme of things as you seem to see it.

Theodore Seeber said...

Your "what it actually is" seems to me to be full of falsehood in and of itself- a view of the Church as seen through the fictional propaganda of the New York Times, not reality.

Theodore Seeber said...

Ted,

I think the writers at the New York Times have a better grasp on reality than you. You are becoming very small minded.

Theodore Seeber said...

They promote the culture of waste, I have no respect for those who have no respect for human life.

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