Princeton Professor: Cultural Elite Can No Longer Tolerate Christians
Religious or not, the loss of the Christian religion, the moral and ethical principles that it espouses, as a restraint on the nations power elites in Washington or the hallways of Academia, when combined with the unshackling of all constitutional bindings and the total degradation of the nations ruling elites respect for the rule of law is beyond dangerous, it is treacherous. The genie will never be put back in the bottle without a major socioeconomic upheaval that destroys the entire progressive/liberal moral, ethical relativism and the Politically Correct culture.
A civilization that has no belief in any absolutes, except for the belief in their own ideological superiority ( a bit of a relativistic contradictory concept that they cannot seem to grasp), is ultimately doomed. The Phoenix of spiritual and moral revival will arise only out of the ashes of the failure of the absurdity and hubris of the current elites self-destructive ideologies. They have infected Western Civilization with an irreparable disease. Our civilization must die before it can be reborn. It will not be a pleasant process.
Last May, one of the most influential conservative and religious intellectual leader in America gave a somber speech in Washington, declaring it to be “Good Friday in America for Christians.” In this exclusive two part video interview, Princeton’s Robert P. George admitted, “that was a hard speech to give.”
“Christians, and those rejecting the me-generation liberal dogma of ‘if it feels good do it,’ are no longer tolerable by the intellectual and cultural elite,” says George, 59, director of the James Madison program at Princeton University. Citing the political witch hunt that forced Brendan Eich’s departure as CEO of Mozilla for a small contribution to a conservative political cause, George said politically correct mobs “threaten us with consequences if we refuse to call what is good evil, and what is evil, good. They command us to confirm our thinking to their orthodoxy, or else say nothing at all.”