Demons: Right or wrong, black or white, good or evil.

Blue Goldfish reminds us that C.S. Lewis wrote in The Screwtape Letters “that people tend to make two mistakes with respect to demons. The first is not to believe in them at all. The second is to believe in them too much.” The same holds true for right or wrong, black or white, good or evil. To many people refuse to believe in absolutes and are unduly critical of those who can see these differences, often considering them “radical.” To understand evil and be able to deal with it in a mature and responsible manner is a great responsibility. The world would be better if more people were able to see that somethings are not the grey shading that so many on the left want, but right or wrong, black or white, good or evil.

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