Society organised without God (and that is a good definition of the world I heard from a Pastor) continues on the broad road that leads to destruction.
Examples of societal madness are everywhere and the madness has the overwhelming majority of people on the planet in its throes.
The abnormal and the frightening is now the “norm” and this thinking was chillingly articulated by a schoolboy who attends Brighton College in England.
He was responding to his school’s decision to dispense with its uniform rules to accommodate “transgender” students i.e boys can wear skirts!!
The student mentioned above, Fred Dimbleby said he was proud to attend a school where “there is no concept of the norm, of conformity and of the expected way to be.”
We wonder how the deluded young Dimbleby would respond if a fellow pupil stated that he or she was a cat trapped in a human body or a parrot trapped in a human body?
To be consistent, young Mr.Dimbleby would have to accept such individuals and pander to their madness by treating them as if they were actually cats or parrots. The school would have to change their uniform rules again to accommodate cat-women and parrot-men otherwise they would likely be accused of discriminating against those who believe they are “trans-species.”
The examples we gave of cat-woman and parrot-man are not fiction (science or otherwise) because (sadly) there is a woman in Norway who believes she is a cat and there is a man in England who believes he is a parrot. They are obviously mentally unhinged.
Their mind and thinking is disordered, but so is the mind of the man who thinks he is a woman trapped in a man’s body and vice versa.
This is frightening, but there’s more!
Transhumanists see a future populated with superhuman humanoids. Transhumanism is a mixture of Satanism, eastern mysticism, Mormonism and technology. The Mormon connection should be obvious as Mormonism teaches that men can become gods and women goddesses.
This dear reader is the world we live in and it is upside down, inside out and back to front.
Society is sick and the disease is terminal.
We conclude with a prayer to the only One who can help. “O God, in wrath, remember mercy.”