I’m Too Radical?

I’ve been gently chided by one of my esteemed colleagues in my “Playground Player Chess Forum” (see http://www.chessgames.com ) for being “too radical” on social, political, and religious issues.

My stars. They’re out there trying to overthrow every timeless standard of truth, goodness, and morality, and I’m radical. They want to tear down and re-invent humanity’s most basic societal institutions, like marriage and the family, and I’m radical. Mr. Crawling Vermin from Utah, the media’s favorite Republican, says same-sex mockmarriage is “a conservative value,” and I’m radical. They steal a national election and allow a sham president to govern as a king, and I’m radical. They pass 2,500-page “laws” without even reading them, and I’m radical.

So be it. Amen.

10 comments on “I’m Too Radical?

  1. Today “conservative” = radical. At least that’s the way the politically correct like to portray it. To stand for conserving traditional values is a radical thought in their minds.

  2. Well, Amen and amen. Then, I am totally radical too, and I have no intention whatsoever of changing one iota. They probably buy the lie of “we are from the government, and are here to help you..’ Yeah, right. I need their help like a hole in the head.

  3. Lee,

    I guess I am a radical too! It is amazing how far we have come as a society. Btw, I heard most of your interview on AFR and was very impressed. I am an aspiring novelist and it really inspired me.

    1. Welcome aboard, Rev Kev! Sadly, it’s almost become surprising to meet an ordained clergyman who actually believes in God and in God’s Word. But this has been cooking for some time. Almost 15 years ago I interviewed a high official of the United Methodist Church who was proud of his belief that the Bible is not the Word of God and is not the truth. He said “truth” is arrived at by “consensus.”

      I think that makes him a pagan.

    1. It’s horrid. We all remember the assassination of JFK and what a defining and paralyzing moment that was. If anything, I feel even more distressed by this event, because of what it says about the state of America.

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