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‘Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. For it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret.’  ~ Ephesians 5:11, 12

 

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There are a couple of things troubling about this article.  I should begin by noting that I ceased utilising Google some time ago after being informed that the Internet search engine giant archives every search by every user and readily hands that information over to law enforcement agencies.  (Now, I have nothing to hide but something about that just creeps me out.)  Google also fails miserably to attract my patronage due to its overt support for the liberal/ humanist/ secular agenda (often revealed in their less-than-subtle logo manipulations) which is the main theme of the article linked above.  That being said, however, I am also concerned with the ham fisted manner in which Christian groups unwisely use the courts to coerce private enterprises to bend to their will.  If private property is to count for something, we cannot sue private companies into ‘playing nice’ with us.  Feel free to write them an e-mail voicing your indignity with their policies or take the time to coordinate an effective boycott in order to hit them where it really counts—the purse.  However, to use the heavy hand of government to coerce the private sector is not only unwise, it’s unchristian in my estimation.

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Written by ninepoundhammer

April 10, 2008 at 9:31 pm

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