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The Christian case for doing whatever the hell you want

21 August 2017

8:57 PM

21 August 2017

8:57 PM

I usually don’t bother reading articles with titles like ‘The (X) Case for (Y)’, where X = a right-wing ideology and Y = some fashionable dogma the Left’s picked up.

Not to say they aren’t popular. Andrew Sullivan’s given the ‘Catholic case’ against every single article of the Catechism, and David Brooks spent the years 2008-2016 explaining why Barack Obama was the second coming of Edmund Burke.

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