Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Nature Abhors a Religious Vacuum

There was a fallacy in thinking that religion could be removed from our schools.  The Left claimed that the result would be a benign neutrality.  They have been proven mistaken.  Since nature abhors a vacuum, the religions of moral relativism and secular humanism have simply replaced the religions that were expelled.

Rabbi Daniel Lapin, "America's Real War," pg.342


Smkyqtzxtl said...

My question is whose religion, or what kind of religion should fill this vacuum, if we look at the oremis from the opposite side? It becomes scary then thinking of some of the ways the void can be filled. For this reason I say, no thank you, keep public education secular and policed exhort parents to educate their children in the faith of their personal choosing.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

The Christian religion is the only true religion with the only true God. It is from the Judeo-Christian religion where our moral base comes from and is borrowed by secular humanists.

The problem is that right now the religion of secular humanism is filling the void and teaching our young people relative morality. You seem to want to just keep the status quo with a religion of which you approve.