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We teach our children not to treat small things as big. Covid is a thing. But for children it is a much smaller thing than it is for adults.
Governments that have designated marriage as being between whom or even what ever, gender as being malleable, population as a problem, abortion as a right, and euthanasia as healthcare, may soon be designating plastic as a toxin. Might their designation be wrong once again? After all, plastics have their benefits…
“…refined petroleum products… have gradually reduced the demand for wild fauna such as whales (whale oil, baleen, perfume base), birds (feathers), elephants, polar bears, alligators and other wild animals (ivory, fur, skin), trees and other plants (lumber, firewood, charcoal, rubber, pulp, dyes, green manure), agricultural products (fats and fibres from livestock and crops, leather, dyes and pesticides from plants), work animals and the large quantities of food they consume (horses, mules, oxen) and human labour in various forms (lumbering, agricultural work).”
The world has no words. In the video at the bottom of this article, the talk show host buys into this fellow – Oli London – as having transitioned into non-binary, repeatedly calling him “them.” But then the panel of guests tries to explain why transgender is fine, but transracial is not. And they can’t do it – or rather, what they say, that this fellow can’t really know what it is like to be Korean, applies all the more so for men not ever being able to know what it is like to be women (and vice versa).
But while the world has no words, we do: God made us male and female (Gen. 5:2). And to pretend that anyone other than God defines reality, is to descend into this sort of nonsense.
As the subtitle reads: “Whole areas of research are off-limits. Top physicians treat patients based on their race. An ideological ‘purge’ is underway in American medicine.”
Is the answer to past discrimination to be “race-conscious” the other way, discriminating now in favor of blacks and other minority groups? God condemns partiality (Lev. 19:15, Acts 10:24), and calls on us to treat others, not as they’ve treated us in the past – it isn’t “do unto others as they’ve done unto you” – but as we ourselves would like to be treated (Matt. 7:12). So adding discrimination on top of discrimination is just adding one wrong to another. And it is not simplistic to say two wrongs don’t make a right.
If when you’re holding a hammer, everything looks like a nail, what happens when you decide killing people is medicine? It’s inevitable that you’ll apply this “treatment” to more and more illnesses: euthanasia will be seen as the solution to everything from old age, to pain, to mental illnesses, teen anxiety, and loneliness.
However, when you view life as a gift from God, then healthcare will be understood as a means of preserving and protecting that gift, and then doctors and nurses will be challenged to apply their creativity and care to easing pain, and enhancing living.
John McCray, from the Whaddo You Meme?? podcast, reflects on Jordan Peterson’s passionate (and yet, as of now, still unrepentant) response to Jesus Christ.