“He who walks in his uprightness [in conduct and character] fears the Lord,” Solomon advised, “but he who is perverse in his ways [departing from fixed boundaries of moral order consistent with God’s character] despises Him” (Prov. 14:2, NKJV).
On folly [witlessness, irrationality] Solomon observed: “A foolish woman is clamorous [Heb. turbulent; noisily demanding, vociferous, strident]; she is simple [gullible, credulous, ignorant], and knows nothing [refers to moral, not mental, knowledge]. For she sits at the door of her house, on a seat by the highest places of the city [Heb. on a chair, publicly, in the public square], to call to those who pass by, who go straight on their way” (Prov. 9:13-14).
Jewish Hebrew scholar Michael V. Fox makes clear in his book, Proverbs Commentary, that “Like Wisdom, Folly seeks a pubic venue and appears in much the same places as Wisdom. They are often in proximity, proposing alternative choices in many circumstances.”
Today’s folly rears its hideous head.
Afflicted by irate, insolent indignation, the pro-homosexual intercourse and marriage Human Rights Campaign called for action against “Hallmark’s shameful action of pulling an amazing ad featuring a loving same-sex couple on their wedding day kissing,” leaving “us in the cold,” us being “our [LGBTQ] community” and fellow members of the HRC. In sending “a message that we won’t be erased,” the campaign plasters its graphic graffiti on the wall of political correctness, rearing its head to “tell Hallmark its anti-LGBTQ actions will not be tolerated.”
For advocacy cabals such as the HRC, not being overtly included comes down to being openly and discriminatorily excluded, because “our community deserves to be seen, heard and represented just like everyone else.” In reality, what they demand is preference, unlike everyone else, their obstreperous clamor impossible to miss, drowning out any voices of reason.
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SOURCE: Charisma News