Tag Archives: An Inconvenient Truth
The United States of America was founded as an extraordinary experiment in freedom balanced by an almost universal worldview — the Christian or biblical worldview — which supplied inward moral constraints and rendered heavy handed government unnecessary and even repugnant.
But today, over 240 years later, America is a battlefield of opposing worldviews: secular humanists who have no transcendent truth to constrain them, versus people of faith who still embrace a biblical worldview. That biblical worldview includes exhortation to all manner of good and godly works and attitudes.
But what of The Left? Those with no moral compass who subscribe …
In a May 28, 2011 Wall Street Journal article, Bari Weiss said this about David Mamet, one of America’s foremost contemporary playwrights, who in the last few years has experienced a conversion to political conservatism of sorts.
Before he moved to California, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet had never talked to a self-described conservative.
Mamet said, “I realized I lived in this bubble.”
Weiss also reported that one of the basic truths Mamet realized is that “Real diversity is intellectual.”
Both the image of a person who has never talked to a conservative and the notion that real diversity …