(I tried to comment on the writer’s article in his page. But his page would not accept a WordPress login. So I make this entry in my blog in the hopes that it will reach the writer. Who knows, perhaps it will also reach a soul somewhere else.)
In that writers article he describes how the government legislates its own morality. The writer says that he found the government’s methods and its operating premise to be at fault, simply by humanity’s insistent efforts to circumvent unjust laws.
The writer says this: “If the study of literature or history were really that pointless, a government trying to control the minds of its subjects would not go to the trouble of putting humanities students and professors in jail.”
Isn’t the same thing true of Jesus? Part of the proof of his royalty is the venomous activity of his enemies. And if all of Jesus is true, proved by the activity of his enemies alone, wouldn’t it be wise to consider his words. If he is truly life are we wise to ignore him?