Originally Posted by RAM
From the paper I linked: "The social media revolution has completely leveled the playing field, which has enabled the culture to spread what I call a
destructive intrusive immorality directly to our children. ....When our children wanted to visit neighbors or friends, we tried to
limit it to people with our same convictions. But today we have, by and large, lost control of the controls. That is because an intrusive immorality is just 1 click away from our children. With just one keystroke on a smartphone, iPad, or laptop, your child canopen up some of the worst pornography and sexually graphic content you can imagine. Just a few decades ago pornographic magazines were sold behind store counters and placed in paper bags. Most adult men didnít even want to be seen carrying a porn magazine out of a store. Today pornography is available to anyone, and it is just 1 click away!"
How many times do I have to tell you he is talking about "intrusive immorality" (i.e., pornography)?
You think he wants to hide information? Please watch and listen to HIM!
or this one
And you know what is almost comical in all of this? He reasons just like you do when it comes to morality.
or this one
So you are either:
1) lying (I hope not)
2) have poor reading comprehension (Seems unlikely)
3) delusional (on drugs, wacky tabacky)()
4) so biased you can't see clearly (I'm guessing this one)
Isn't the internet grand?
but no human being can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison. Jas 3:8 (NIV)
May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer. Ps 19:14 (NIV)