”I have often in the past stood with those who laughed at what we regarded as the ignorant, unsophisticated taboos of the older generation. But now I worry about the ease with which the rising generation talks explicitly of ‘the fruitless deeds of darkness’ in the name of cultural engagement, fear of being thought passé or simply a desire to slough off the legalisms of their fathers in the faith.”
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In Case You Missed It
Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:
John Murray: The Twofold Demand of the Law
Octavius Winslow: What Injustice Have We Done Him!
Stephen King: Want to Be a Writer? Then You Have to Be a Reader