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August 03, 2012


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Jeremy Crowder

How you treat a minority view point says a great deal about a person's values. The Mayor of Chicago said that Chik-Fil-A doesn't represent Chicago's values, the local franchise owner has asked to meet with that mayor. The owner doesn't understand, being innocent of any statement how the restaurant is in violation of Chicago Values. That owner actually works, it turns out, for the City of Chicago and has long called Chicago home.

I find the same crazy thinking on blogs. I'll go on a blog and correct someone about a statement regarding calvinism and I'm labled anti-calvinist. This despite the fact that what I said is obviously and unquestionably true. You are not allowed to post true statements if they don't fit some mold. I visit a blog where the blogger recently posted the true allegations about a paid columnist in both Christian and secular media. This person is taking heat but what they posted was the truth. This is the crazy world we live in you can't state an opinion without everyone barely connected to you being blasted and can't post the truth without being condemned. We live in a world that likes nice pleasant unoffending lies.

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