Theo Hobson—a British liberal thinker—defines a moral revolution this way: “That which was repudiated must be celebrated. That which was celebrated must be repudiated. And those who will not celebrate must themselves be repudiated.”
Hobson’s words are very relevant in light of the Equality Act which was introduced last week by Democrats in the House of Representatives. As we watch the advance of the full array of LGBTQ-plus issues, sometimes the law is the last to change, not the first. Higher education and entertainment, of course, have come first—they changed first.
We’ve seen the Equality Act before, but this time it is introduced with a president who has declared his active support for the revolutionary legislation.
It represents the greatest threat to religious liberty in my decades of American public life.
If signed into law, it will be very, very difficult for any Christian college, or ministry or university to operate with Christian conviction.
It’s almost sure to pass by the democratic majority in the House.
Our only hope is that somehow this legislation can be stopped in the Senate.
If not, we’re in big trouble.Read More »