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Re: Love is unconditional; relationships have terms

Feb. 8 at 3:49pm | see this comment in context

Good points, Kati; thank you. We live in a society (liberalism) that thinks religious freedom means simply being able to choose your religion.  But freedom can only be true freedom if there is an objective good to which one can good.  If the "object of choice is not a real good, not grounded in reality, then one cannot be said to be free if he/she "chooses" this non-existent good; it is arbitary.

True religious freedom ultimately means freedom in Christ, the one true objective good of the human person.

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