Andrew Sullivan on Tom Friedman’s Values Classification

 

What’s stunning to me, and instructive, is the distinction Tom Friedman makes today between what he calls "sustainable values" and "situational values".  I think that distinction is too kind to the bankers. What he means is what human beings used to call – before "values" replaced "virtues" – good and evil.

Dante’s Davos – The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

I agree. It is more, however. It is the absolute attempt to secularize religious ideas with Gobbledygook.

Sourced from my posting at GOD, CHRIST: QUESTIONS & FAITH

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