Compensatory Crusades

“In other words, when it becomes apparent that we as a people are disregarding God’s law in some flagrant way, the next thing to watch for is some kind of moral crusade that will help compensate for it. In our nation today, a woman who is six months pregnant can do to a clinic and have the child terminated. Not only can she do this, but she can receive considerable societal support in doing so. The law of God is flagrantly insulted. But if that same woman stands on a busy street corner, visibly pregnant, and smokes herself a pack of cigarettes, she would bear the brunt of a lot of cold, icy stares. How dare she risk a low birth rate?”

The Cultural Mind, p. 290

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