‘Meaning’ Has No ‘Meaning’?

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Commenting on Why We’re Losing The Culture Wars,
Mike in MI says:
May 15, 2014 at 7:11 a.m.
Well, some will say, the Bible has nothing to say about anything except “religious matters” or “spiritual ‘thingeys'” (what ever that means).If God is not cognizant of what happens in our realm of existence or doesn’t approach such things, then the statement that “We have been given all things that PERTAIN UNTO LIFE AND GODLINESS” is asinine and void. “Meaning” has no “meaning” and words stand for nothing except what we want them to portray except as it suits us.If that is so, nothing means anything and the left is free to portray good as bad and bad as good, up as down and down as up. So, where do we learn THAT except in our FAMILIES and in our SCHOOLS?

If definitions mean nothing then communication is flouted and wrecked.
If you want to cause chaos the best way to do that is to disrupt the avenues whereby we communicate. Animals can not communicate precisely. Therefore they have few tightly knit and symbolically influenced cultural progressions.

The left is destroying English grammar, vocabulary and meaning. They are putting history into a mixmaster and pulling out their version to teach our offspring. If it continues, CHAOS in culture can be the only result.

Language, history and meaning in application…what are you going to permit? Dissolution of our culture or regeneration and stability?

God’s word and its principles are the only source of continuity and stability.

Learn and apply it …or take potpourri.

Your choice. You read it? You will be held accountable.

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