When asked what the goals of this new venture are, the organizers and speakers asserted that they share a vision of growing a movement that tries to clarify what ‘social justice’ is about and offers alternatives that don’t rely upon postmodernist ideology to address issues of social inequality and other grievances. By design, the movement should be apolitical and encourage the breaking down of barriers that prevent meaningful dialogue across divides (mostly via guilt by association), fostering free and open dialogue even with people with whom we have substantive disagreements.Well, you have to have evidence to engage in that sort of thing.
Friday, October 25, 2019
… The unholy alliance between atheists and evangelicals | Spectator USA. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)