I posted this on Joe’s OYL because it discusses faith and virtue. Don appreciated it so I am re-blogging here on the RNL. Enjoy, Professor Esolen wrote a masterful essay.
Continually I realize how ignorant I am! Every person requires foundations built with knowledge of eternal principles. Basic requirements for understanding and wisdom. Can one contextualize the myriad of choices and results in our world without the basic tools that allow one the ability to “see” reality, truth and consequences? Virtue. What is virtue? Why is virtue important? Look up Virtue’s definition. Professor Esolen eloquently illuminates how ridiculous the current “popular” view of sexuality is, with his essay hosted at “The Public Discourse.”
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