In 2015 there was an Australian Rules footballer who generated much controversy through his taking offense at being regularly booed during the course of his matches. The booing was not all that desirable, of course, but it happens fairly often to certain players and most just laugh it off.
This player, though, of aboriginal descent, chose to believe the booing was racially motivated (apparently the fact that the way he played the game was objectionable wasn’t the main reason, even though many of those who booed him specifically stated as such) and it sparked a firestorm of controversy in the all forms of media, even internationally.
So in our 21st century Western world why do people seem to be falling over themselves to claim such major offense at what are often quite minor provocations. How did we get to this? And what can we do about it? Let’s have a look at the first question to see if we can find an answer to the second. Continue
Apparently a homosexual soldier can march in “Gay Pride Parades” while in uniform but the guest on the Huckabee show says he cannot give his testimony in churches while wearing his uniform.
They’ll Be Dead by Morning (What Difference Will it Make?)
An absolutely beautiful post I just happened to stumble upon, though I believe I was meant to read it and share it with you.
It concerns the 33 Christians about to be (or maybe they already have been) executed in North Korea.