Slavery was objectively evil. Social slavery is too. It takes the form of the culture’s demand that their errors (Contraception, etc) be supported even by those who object to them . Social slavery is more deceptive than slavery, and arguably more destructive as cultural poison.
Tim if flying solo today, talking about Christian persecution today. Not just persecution of the faithful, but persecution of the faith—persecution of the Truth itself. Prompted by an anti-religious-freedom video posing as a “pro-freedom” argument, Tim explains the devices of the modern-day enemies of Truth.
God is not subject to reality. He IS reality. He’s faithful to reality. He’s faithful to the logical demands of relaity. All because He is reality itself. When people don’t recognize this, they distort God into a being that exists in the false reality of their immaginations. That’s where trouble starts!
The results are in, and the Vatican has officially discovered that most Catholics disagree with Church teaching on human sexuality, marriage, and other moral issues. So what does this mean for the upcoming Synod of Bishops, and for the Church going forward?
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