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Christmas vs. Culture Wars This Year
Not enough eyes in my head to roll!
I admit it is a relief to see the PC that has surrounded Christmas in recent years ebbing (ie employees not allowed to say 'Merry Christmas,' etc); but that doesn't mean the war on culture has ended.
For instance (and this is what I mean by not having enough eyes to roll)...
1. This Abortionist Defends Killing Babies and has stated that, "A Fetus Needs Permission to Reside in a Uterus". Ah, what?
She self-describes herself on Twitter as: "Nasty Woman OB/Gyn promoting healthy sexual practices & education. Political activist & general do-gooder."
If you scroll down her page you'll see entries such as, "My mother gave me permission..." to live outside the womb. (Maybe we better do research before choosing a doctor...worldviews research).
2. Or, the sad state of affairs that some are now looking to robots to counsel and console them. As Reuters reports: "Furhat tilts his or her head, smiles, exudes empathy and warmth, and encourages us to open up." Really? I guess we are embracing the artificial more than many of us would have imagined. The result of living in 'virtual reality,' I guess.
3. Or, some are celebrating "Witchmas" this season. After watching a Cookie Challenge show on the Food Network with my granddaughter over the Thanksgiving weekend, guess what? One of the contenders made 'witchmas' cookies and was hoping to 'convert' the judges to Witchmas!
I could go on and on with more examples, and I'm sure you could send me a list as well, but, the point is our society is losing its way...its mind...its soul.
While at first glance these (and many other examples) may illicit eye-rolling - actually, for me, they are followed by heart-saddening grief for what is happening to our society; as well as for those deceived by such things.
But! here's a good thing to think about this season...
All around the globe the world is hearing, and probably unknowingly singing along to, worship music. Yep! Most of the Christmas songs we hear in stores, restaurants, on the radio, etc. are just that...music that proclaims the Truth of the Good News of Jesus Christ. And we know that that message has an effect...a reality that all the eye-rolling events can't prevent.
So, I'd like to ask you to join me in praying for an awakening to the Truth of the Christmas message, that is being broadcast around the world this holiday season. Because the Truth sets us free, including from all 'eye-rolling' worldviews and behaviors. And boy does our world need that, perhaps more than ever
And...what better way to make it a Merry Christmas than this? :)
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