Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Give me 'liberty' and give me debt

"Eden points out that contrary to what the sexual/feminist revolution tried to pass off as the way to liberation and self-fulfillment, casual sexual encounters have left in their wake broken hearts and broken homes. And as hard as it is to imagine, broken hearts and homes are good for business. For where do people turn when they discover that the promises of the sexual/feminist revolution are lies; consumerism. I'm amazed that I haven't heard anyone say anything like this before. It's the old adage of detective work, 'Follow the money.'"

— The Rev. John Battern, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Sumner, Iowa, writes about the interview I did for the UMC Reporter.

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