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Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Dennis Prager: The case for Judeo-Christian values: Part II
My favorite Jew has done it again. I wish a Christian had written this, but many of them are incapable of it. But many of us are saying it. Without God there is no morality, just preferences. A man who does good because it is nicer [ala Mammy Yokum] may be a man of taste, but he is not moral.

God is not confused. He knows when we are worshipping ourselves rather than Him. He is not amused, either.
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