Quotes and Excerpts



Is judging evil worse than doing evil?  "In many parts of America today, it is literally worse to JUDGE evil than it is to DO evil. Because we have so elevated non-judgmentalism, we have so made judgment a sin, that there is incredible ethical confusion." --Os Guinness  [See When to judge or not to judge]

Social Equality: "All teams must make the state championships, and all will win the championship. If a team does not win the championship, they will be on probation until they are the champions, and coaches will be held accountable. In a recent experiment, the University of Nebraska football program modeled this theory." It illustrates the leveling and lowering effects of outcome-based education plans such as Clinton's "Goals 2000" and Bush's "No Child Left Behind." See Soviet Education in the 1930s compared to U.S. Education in 2001

"To achieve One World Government it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism their loyalty to family traditions and national identification." Brock Chisholm, first Director-General of the UN's World Health Organization. See Does your "mental health" meet global standards?

Sensitivity Training & Thought Reform