Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Hmmm......

I deleted a post about censorship. There is an irony in that. This blog is about Good and Evil. But, I can't have one on an occultic Evil right below my niece's picture.

Besides, it's Christmas.

I may comment on it some other time as public issues come about. It is one of those issues that has this way of coming up.

Later...


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am kind of glad that you removed this post. I couldn't finish reading it. It gave me such a palpable sense of Evil and that was very creepy! I think it is necessary for us to know the true depths of Evil but sometimes it just is way too overwhelming. I often think of your Grandfather Voshell and his famous saying, "There but for the grace of God go I." Sometimes it is hard to comprehend just how much was endured on the Cross for us. To think that Jesus had to endure ALL of our evil! What amazing love and grace!

Mommy

Ian - band member said...

"This blog is about Good and Evil"... and windsurfing

Anonymous said...

well that's stating the obvious....your point?

~Bertie

mynym said...

"This blog is about Good and Evil"... and windsurfing.

Which is Good, so good!

I think that is his point. It would not be a very pointy point, but a point, nonetheless.

So there you are Ian. Your pattern is always good for a parable or two.

mynym said...

It gave me such a palpable sense of Evil and that was very creepy!

Yes, well it is out there. It is ancient. It is just as real as the Good that people take for granted in America. There is more too it than that macabre topic. Generation, degeneration, regeneration, these basic physical and spiritual realities are inverted and perverted in Evil. There is a symbolism to what it does. But never mind....

To some extent I think that those who through Evil comes know not what they do. Those living books that Evil writes its stories on. But woe unto those who through Evil comes, vengeance will come to them through its Nemesis. I wonder what Jesus would say?

The New Man says, "The intolerance of it does not seem nice!"