Two bluejeaned girls sat beside their huge back packs stormily discussing their philosophy of life. Words flowed out on clouds of cigarette smoke, twisting and turning in the minds of the listeners. “The whole trouble with the world is men. Men are all wicked. Men have caused all the problems that exist. Men are horrible. Women should never love men. Women should love only women. Women should love women physically and in every other way. A relationship between two women is what can be really beautiful. If you had only women loving women, the world would be all right.”
This “solution” would indeed change the world. Empty of a new generation, empty of both boy and girl babies, civilization could grind to a halt. Exaggerated? An extreme position, yes, but one actually held by radical lesbian women’s lib advocates who are twisting and filling with fog the minds of other young women. First the exaggerated emphasis on equality of men and women, then shifting ideas turning to unisex, then superiority of women, and suddenly a cry for the pushing aside of men altogether. A maze of twisting turning paths leads to this barren solution.
Isaiah 5:20 and 21 give warning: “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter. Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight.” This is a description of reversing truth with falsehood, of putting an individual human being’s wisdom in the center, of accepting the darkness of Satan’s twisting lies in the place of the light of God’s truth. Eve and then Adam fell for this twisting of God’s truth. The results of putting human wisdom against God’s truth are devastating at ...1
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