What if we wish the same thing after all? For the Colson Center I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.
In the midst of this passionate nuisance apocalypse—and we meant that in the verbatim Greek clarity of the word: “a revealing”—it seems as if another luminary or politician is outed almost every day.
And it’s changing the culture.
Just a few years ago, writes Matt Lewis at The Daily Beast, many radical feminists bashed organizations like Promise Keepers—which promoted fidelity and passionate firmness to men—calling them congenital and oppressive.
Now, firmness and professionalism are back in style, as is safeguarding women in the workplace. And feminists have prolonged against things like publishing since it sexualizes women. Amen.
These nuisance revelations may be overhanging the informative pendulum back “in a some-more righteous direction,” writes Lewis; “….. rather than facing it,” maybe social conservatives should be “cheering it on.”
Much within radical feminism, like its support for abortion, runs opposite to Christianity. But where we do agree, it may be probable to work together and leave behind a better society.