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June 02, 2006

Quote Of The Day

Your are not educated if you don't know the Bible. You can't read Shakespeare or Milton without it, even if there was nothing else of it. And with the schools now, that's what I hate about secular relativism. It's afraid of insurance liability. They don't even teach it as a document. They stay out of the whole thing to avoid controversy. So the kids can't quote the King James Bible. That's terrible. And I quite understand Christian parents who want protect their children from a nihilistic solution where there's no way of knowing what's been discussed.
Al Mohler? Jerry Falwell? George W. Bush? Nope.

Christopher Hitchens, the ultimate atheist. The man who said of Aquinas and Augustine ""These are peasants: the sort of people we are up against now, with wild looks in their eyes and living in caves." The man who defines himself not as an atheist but as an anti-theist. A man who says he wouldn't believe even if it was true. Too bad that our enemies care more about teaching kids the Bible than we do sometimes.

Hat tip to Dr. Russell Moore over at his blog at the Henry Institute web site.

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