Well, actually, they are advertising a coming boom in “political incorrectness.”Here. But one can not get more information, it would seem, without paying.
Given that political correctness is organized lying (usually for control and profit), a boom in political incorrectness is a boom in honesty.
Will we ever be able to discuss the cultural effects of Darwinism honestly? One thing we don’t hear as much of as we used to, it is good to note, is someone with (apparently) sponge toffee for brains getting up and announcing that he is a Christian but he accepts Darwin.
So? You don’t have to be smart to be a Christian (though being smart definitely helps in the long term, for all sorts of reasons).
But honestly would be so useful in discussing so many issues around Darwinism. For example, there’s no question that modern racism was mainly informed by Darwinism. That was the religious perspective that caused many people to picture these who looked different from them as behind them in the Darwinian ascent of man.
If we could just talk about all that honestly, we could move on. Maybe it’s coming.
See also: Demand for a ban on teaching creationism in Welsh schools. Bot not on teaching Darwinism.
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