GABRIEL'S CLARION (apr22gab.htm)
FRIDAY
April 22, 2005
vol 16, no. 112
The Scourge of Moral Diversity

    Part Two

The Bridge of Perdition
Demonic Hypocrisy vs. Truth

      "God is Truth, and truth is not diverse but quite absolute, consistent, and uniform. While diversity at trivial and insignificant levels may be inconsequential to salvation, such diversity invites perdition when applied to core moral issues or used to justify evil. God is the pure example of sacred diversity, for He applies diverse rewards and punishments consistent with Divine Wisdom while maintaining one consistent standard on which to judge His creatures. His diversity knows not the inconsistency, weakness, hypocrisy, and immorality of humans or the evil one!"

    Having shown that the concept of diversity has been as distorted and desecrated as its relative concept of tolerance by The New Order in Part One of this series, we spelled out that said distortion is based on a number of myths about diversity that are commonly accepted in the present society. These myths run counter to natural and rational law and common experience as well as common sense. Simply put, they tend to paint diversity as an inherent good, all attempts to limit diversity as an inherent evil, and racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity as the model forms of diversity upon which consideration of all diversity rests. These claims are all clearly false and contrary to natural law, rational law, common experience, and common sense! These sources clearly show us that diversity can be good or harmful, that limiting diversity can thus be either good or harmful, and that racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity are inherently neutral in that they have nothing to do with our salvation and our ability and duty to serve, worship, obey, respect, and follow the dictates of our Divine Creator.

    The fact is, we are all created equal in the eyes of God and are all equally privileged to find salvation if we follow His Will and Word, regardless of our race, ethnicity, or cultural background. The fact is as well that all races, ethnic groups, and cultures are found in heaven and hell, proving once and for all that these forms of diversity are of no consequence either way.

The Bridge of Perdition

    Having seen that the New Order's version of diversity is distorted, fraudulent, destructive, demonic, and eternally harmful, we might ask how that toxic nature has spread to threaten the salvation of so many. The devil has accomplished this by building a bridge of perdition that is first built on the lie that all diversity is inherently good and then secondly predicated upon painting racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity as the model forms of diversity. As we have seen, both claims are false, but they are necessary for the devil to then hold racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity as the holy grails of enlightenment and model all other forms of diversity as fitting under the blueprint of this racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity.

    Have we not seen how the sodomite lobby compares its plight to the civil rights movement and then claims that it should be treated as such? Have we not seen how feminist forces have ignored and rejected the sacred and unique role of women, painted women as victims, depicted men as victimizers, and then likewise compared their cause as yet another off spring of the civil rights effort? At a more conceptual and profound level, the devil seeks to bridge traditional forms of diversity with two other kinds of diversity which stand at the door to disaster. The first of these critical jumps ties traditional diversity to idea diversity. First one claims that all diversity is good, and then one claims that all forms of idea diversity are good as well. The inherent assumption in this first dangerous jump is that one sees tradition, authority, and absolute standards as evil and destructive to inherent goodness and human progress. Under this misguided premise, a discussion with 100 viewpoints is ten times better than one with only 10 viewpoints. Never mind the fact that the discussion with 100 viewpoints may be considering trash and idiotic positions or wasting time evaluating rubbish.

    The second diversity jump created by the devil is even more harmful and dangerous than the first. This one connects general diversity to moral diversity! If it is an inherent good to consider and embrace every conceivable, every absurd, and every kind of diversity, then is it not likewise inherently good to consider and embrace every interpretation of morality possible? This kind of moral diversity is the passport to perdition and the deed to damnation only conceivable in the despicable and demonic mind of the devil himself!

Hypocrisy Abounds

    One of the strongest and clearest signs that the devil is present in any discussion or concept is the presence of hypocrisy, and this trait is not absent in the case of diversity. Do we not see how the forces of evil demand diversity while attempting to consolidate religions away from said diversity and toward one religion? The fact is, the devil first seeks to drown the true Catholic faith in a sea of religious and spiritual diversity and then pour that soup into a single bottle. This is a diversification followed by a consolidation that contradicts everything these evil minds promote on the surface.

    Likewise, do we not see how these evil minds demand diversity while ignoring the differences between diverse religions, beliefs, and positions? If one truly believes in diversity, would not one actually embrace debate and discussion rather than inhibit it if such debate and discussion runs counter to one's agenda? Finally, it seems apparent that diversity is sacred as long as that diversity does not include true belief in God, a desire to follow Christ, or any traditional position in this regard. The intolerant demand tolerance by embracing diversity even as they push uniformity against God. No need to test for the devil's fingerprints on this crime scene!

Truth is Not Diverse

    We begin with the common observation that all that is created by God is inherently good. We follow that all of these creations are inherently good because they were created and intended to honor and give praise to God. It therefore follows that any creation that does not so honor and praise God cannot be of God and cannot be inherently good. Following the above train of thought, any diversity that honors and praises God and has been created by God in His Divine Wisdom to serve His Divine and Sacred Purpose is inherently good. Any diversity that does not so honor and give praise to God or serve His Purpose cannot be inherently good and is, in fact, inherently evil. Likewise, any diversity that is inherently neutral but is distorted and proclaimed as universally and automatically good cannot be such since that distortion of itself is a contradiction of truth and a fraud. Since no such distortion, deception, or evil can ever come from God, then any diversity that is either contrary to God's Design or a distortion of that Design cannot possibly come from God.

    If we observe and accept the above train of thought, then it becomes clear that any man-made diversity will necessarily be weaker and more defective than any pure, sacred, God-made diversity since man is weaker and more defective than God Who is all perfection. Any such man-made diversity that contradicts, distorts, ignores, disobeys, or offends God's Design and Will is thus being a sinful diversity leading to perdition. Only that diversity that can be traced back to God's Divine Wisdom, Sacred Design, and Most Holy Will is inherently good. Any diversity that cannot be so traced is merely the work of the devil using man as his instrument.

    Given all of the above points, it is sinful to claim that all diversity is an inherent and positive good to be sought and embraced at all times and at all costs. It is also sinful to argue that only good can come from diversity, that only evil can come from limiting or evaluating diversity, and that the value of any diversity can ignore consideration of God Almighty. It is evil to claim that racial, ethnic or cultural diversity is inherently and always good when it is neutral in the Eyes of an Eternally Just God Whose Sight does not lower itself to such base and superficial levels on which only human minds and eyes dwell. Common experience shows that such diversity can be good or evil depending on the situation and to universally portray such diversity as always good is to tarnish Divine Wisdom and Purpose with the stain of inconsistency and imperfection reserved for humans and the evil one. Likewise, it is sinful to attempt to likewise paint moral diversity as inherently good or positive when such diversity necessarily demands immorality contrary to God's Wisdom, Will, Purpose, and Design. Creatures can claim and demand all the diversity they wish to proclaim, but to the extent that such diversity distances them from their God it nears them to their perdition where such creatures may wallow in their ignorance, arrogance, and defiance.

    God is Truth, and truth is not diverse but quite absolute, consistent, and uniform. While diversity at trivial and insignificant levels may be inconsequential to salvation, such diversity invites perdition when applied to core moral issues or used to justify evil. God is the pure example of sacred diversity, for He applies diverse rewards and punishments consistent with Divine Wisdom while maintaining one consistent standard on which to judge His creatures. His diversity knows not the inconsistency, weakness, hypocrisy, and immorality of humans or the evil one!

Conclusion

    The story of the Tower of Babel found in Genesis tells us that God Almighty applied diversity to disarm, defeat, and frustrate those who would act without consideration of God or who would seek to be like God. We thus see that The Almighty used diversity as an instrument of punishment or justice. Common sense dictates that Divine Wisdom would not allow an inherent good to be applied as a punishment since evil cannot be rewarded!

    Likewise, one may argue that such diversity was good in that it served the purpose of The Almighty, and anything that serves that purpose cannot be inherently bad. The example of Babel tells us that the only inherently good diversity is that created by God to serve His Sacred Purpose in His Divine Wisdom. All other diversity may be good or evil to the extent that it either serves God or rejects His Will. The New Order may tell us otherwise, but its brand of diversity, like its moral rubbish of tolerance, is an open invitation to accompany the original prince of defiant diversity in his hellish abode for all eternity!

Gabriel Garnica


Editor's Note: Heaven is once again under attack by those who would seek to ignore and overthrow God's majesty and authority. Gabriel Garnica, educator and attorney, submits regular insights and commentaries to remind and help guide readers toward a deeper and more assertive faith. Touching on topics and issues ranging from personal faith, doctrine, education, scripture, the media, family life, morality, and values, Gabriel's notes are music to traditional ears but unpleasant tones to those who have bought into the misguided notions so prevalent and spreading in today's Catholic world.


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