Among the works that have fallen under their scrutiny are the Iliad (for ), the Oedipus Rex of Sophocles (patricide, incest), the Volsunga Saga (murder, incest), the plays of Shakespeare (murder, bawdry, , drunkenness, ery, lying, theft, treason...the list is nearly endless), and Frankenstein and â€œThe Importance of Being Earnestâ€ (their authorsâ€™ lifestyles).
One really need to look no further than the book of Genesis to see all of these horrible moral traits mentioned! It is so funny how some people get their panties in a bunch!
The shallow scoring methodology often used to define movies or books as unsuitable because of their quantities of inappropriate behavior will also erode the Scriptures. The Old Testament objectively recounts almost every known form of sin. The Gospels are not much better on that computation: theyâ€™re full of hypocrites and adulterers and sinners of every other sort, and the narrative comes to a wholly unwarranted execution by crucifixion. Can we allow our children to read such things?
The post-modern agenda is essentially moral. One might of course object that the agenda is actually immoral, but my point is that the goals are phrased in terms of morality, in particular a political morality.
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