Ed Driscoll

The Third Rail Of Global Warming

I know I’ve trotted out this 2005 quote by Umberto Eco a few times before, but it dovetails perfectly into Don Surber’s Instalanched post today:

G K Chesterton is often credited with observing: “When a man ceases to believe in God, he doesn’t believe in nothing. He believes in anything.” Whoever said it – he was right. We are supposed to live in a sceptical age. In fact, we live in an age of outrageous credulity.

Keep that quote in mind, as Don Surber writes:

We have reached a creepy time in our civilization. Socialism has led to secularism and the absence of a religion is driving people nuts. The dark secret is that God does not need religion, Man does. Without God, there is no controlling moral authority. Atheism