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Thursday, December 24, 2015
Freedom, flaws, politicized prayer, JFK, divorce & the Golden Triangle in a smoke-free country
Our concept of freedom is far different from what our founders envisioned. Freedom requires virtue (including responsibility and self-discipline), and one finds little virtue without some kind of faith. I recall a man lighting up a cigarette on a Seattle bus. When I objected (after all, it was strictly prohibited), he loudly protested that "this is a free country." The bus driver made it clear to him that he was free to smoke, but there were two conditions: either he put the cigarette out or he smoked to his heart's content - on the outside of the bus.
Here is more of Os Guinness' excellent insights in The Case for Civility: