Being “Nice” is Overrated

Mike Adams is always a good read. Here’s something recent from him:

Onward Christian Pansies Last week, a young Christian male asked me a pretty direct question. He wanted to know whether I ever worried that my blunt commentary on social media was “turning people away from Christianity.” I thought it was an honest question. nike A.J. McCarron Alabama Football Jerseys So I gave him an honest answer.

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    If you’ve spent any amount of time flipping through an issue of Salvo or perusing, you will have noticed that we agree with Mr. Adams assessment. asics gel lyte 3 mujer You can read more about the good professor in the Salvo archives: Twice Convicted The Story of Mike Adams, Atheist Criminologist Guide for the Misguided A Clarifying Journey of Intervention, Detox & Recovery And related to the title of this post, here’s a good article from Salvo contributing editor Regis Nicoll. Speak No Evil Judging by the New Blasphemy Code, Moral Views Are Excluded

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  • The person who can’t or won’t discern good from evil is destined to be a victim of those who are adept at disguising one as the other. new balance 1600 femme blanche goedkoop nike air max 2017 Thus, abstaining from moral judgments is not a hallmark of nice people, but of foolish ones. And the person who makes judgments while insisting that he doesn’t or shouldn’t is naive, if not hypocritical.

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