Thursday, August 06, 2009

Two Outrages


Aside from the advice from my late father never to trust a man with a bow tie, you'll love this little blurb from Oregon. Democratic Congressman Earl Blumenauer ( D-OR) is proposing that a government GPS system be put in every car to track mobility, and that a tax be charged each motorist on miles driven.

Shouldn't that bother us us just a little? Ya think? Elections have consequences.

Next comes this little piece of advicefrom the American Psychological Association. They advise -- among other things -- that homosexuals ought not to be advised to try and change their sexual orientation. That's not a surprise given the political motivations of this group in recent years. But their advice to "change churches" is a new low.

How do you like that? Don't like what God's Word says? Well then, you just go find you a church and a preacher who will tell you only what you want to hear!

Where have we been warned about that before?

1 comment:

Stan McCullars said...

So the American Psychological Association feels qualified to dispense religious advice?

Of course, it's rational for them to do so.

Irrationality is when Christians hold views contrary to APA dogma.

I think I understand it now.