That’s Not True

“But the liberal method is to deny that there is an antithesis. ‘We are all saying the same thing really! C’mon, people, now smile on your brother, etc.’ This tendency is very popular these days, and it explains the common treatment of Christians. If there is no antithesis in the world, then the one intolerable thing is to insist that there is. The default divide therefore comes between one group that says there is no antithesis and the ‘wicked others’ who maintain that there is. Two groups: One says that it is true that there is no truth, and the other group says that that’s not true” (The Case for Classical Christian Education, p. 98)

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