His view is one of good versus evil and liberals as moral relativists
By MIKE EVANS
Since taking office, US President Donald J. Trump’s family has been under unconscionable attack by the liberal Left, including the youngest and most vulnerable member. Why?
The answer is partly because of Trump’s worldview. Simply put, his view is one of moral clarity, or of good versus evil. Liberals are generally moral relativists: They reject absolute standards of good and evil, right and wrong.
In the liberal Left worldview, man is capable of perfection, human nature is on a path toward enlightenment, and the concept of original sin is primitive. Secular humanists make excuses for evil, or worse, deny evil exists and coddle it by refusing to confront it. Liberal Left administrations reinvented terrorists such as Yasser Arafat as peacemakers, giving them a facade of freedom fighters.
In Trump’s worldview, America is under attack only because it is a Christian nation; subsequently Israel is constantly under attack because it is a Jewish nation. The liberal Left mocks Judeo-Christian beliefs as simplistic and ignorant, because these modern-day humanists do not believe evil truly exists; that even malevolent people are basically good, and it’s better to talk and show tolerance than to take a definitive, moral stand.
Today, the battle of good versus evil is being fought from within. Too many liberals hate the America of which a conservative president dreams. They hate Israel, the Bible, and Christians in general. They subject conservatives to scorn, ridicule, and discrimination. There is no attack on American culture more deadly than the secular humanists’ attack.
The insults and verbal abuse is so severe, that anyone who contradicts them is labeled “ignorant, evil, racist and bigoted.” The dumbing down of America has begun, and all in the name of political correctness and a new godless globalism.
America, the noble experiment, is under siege. A tidal wave of evil is sweeping over our nation. Self-injuring, spirit-destroying, conscious-searing practices are being supported as never before.
George Washington said, “It is impossible to govern the world without God and the Bible. Reason and experience forbid us to expect that morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.” John Adams said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
Can the liberal, secular humanists’ hatred for all things conservative pass Natan Sharansky’s “town square test”? He wrote in his book, The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny & Terror, “Can a person walk into the middle of the town square and express their views without fear of arrest, imprisonment, or physical harm? If he can, then that person is living in a free society. If not, it’s a fear society.”
The rights of conservatives in America to express their views without fear of retaliation from liberal organizations are frequently challenged and are slowly being eroded. It is time we stand, with moral clarity, to insure that we in America are not our own worst enemy.
Mike Evans is a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 72 published books. He is the founder of the Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem.