May 4, 2012
Lessons Learned from Dan Savage's Rant
Ryan Jenkins, Standard-Examiner
Sadly far too many voices telling people to quit judging, be more tolerant, and love more are the voices of individuals who judge the most, are the most intolerant, and full of hate. Dan Savage’s recent rant about the Bible and Christians before high school students is another pathetic example. He has been called out for his hypocrisy. Apparently he has risen to the rank of an anti-bullying guru/czar. Savage’s chosen lifestyle doesn’t lend itself to a study of the Bible based upon principles and truths that lead to a happier life.
In his strained apology about calling people names and attacking the Bible Savage relied on Mark Twain. Who said of the Bible: “It is full of interest. It has noble poetry in it; and some clever fables; and some ...
TAGGED: Mark Twain, Dan Savage, Brigham Young