You’ve heard of reverse racism, right? That’s when a group of people, a business, or college give special treatment to someone solely on the basis of them being any other skin color but white. I don’t know why it’s called “reverse” racism because it’s really just plain racism.View More What Is Reverse Phariseeism?
Of all places, there is an insightful line about the necessity of passing personal judgment that comes from a new one-act play. As reported in a review carried in the New York Times, here is the way a debate goes between the play’s two central characters:View More ‘I Don’t Judge People’
I know. I know. Nobody is supposed to be “judgmental.” It is the cardinal sin of Christians. And it is the response we get from non-Christians about every nod we make in the direction of hinting that some things are right – and others wrong. Especially with reference to the latter, we are reminded that judging is wrong.View More The Importance of Being Judgmental