Princeton University posted a comment · Apr 01, 2018
What was once repugnant has become revered. What was once revered has become repugnant. Isaiah 5:20
Royce posted a comment · Mar 30, 2018
I have talked for years about how the Church has aided & abetted The Enemy by removing "shame" from everyday recourse. How often have we heard Christians say "God doesn't want you to feel shame" or "it's wrong to feel ashamed" or in some other way belittle and demean the God-given awareness that comes when the God-given conscience speaks to one who can still hear. Dr. Brown is spot on! There is a time to blush! We need more people who do. I appreciate Dr. Brown's approach too. Especially his exhortation for us all to look inward. And it is on that note that I'd like to give Dr. Brown something to consider. Do you remember the first time you heard the F-bomb dropped? Did you blush? Were you shocked? Did you think "they should be ashamed of themselves!" I ask that because just before I read this article I read your "Confessions Of A Former Teen Activist". I truly appreciate your editing such as "Give me the f**king phone", for example, but I even question whether that goes too far. What is not questionable however, at least in my mind, was the providing a link to a video that does not "bleep out" the profanity laden rant of Hogg. I think it's a valid question to ask why you would edit the written quote if you don't find it "shameful" but allow one's ears to be subjected to the actual vulgarities? FWIW, I thought your article was pretty good but, because of that one link and what going there displayed, I couldn't even share it with anyone else. Do you not blush when you hear those words or at the thought of broadcasting them for others to hear? If not, why not?