By John Ritchie
Evil is deceptive. That's why it hides behind well-crafted buzz words that conceal, bypass, or silence the truth. What might sound like a harmless catch phrase is not really harmless. For that reason, you and I must pinpoint the ideas that lurk behind the buzzwords and know how to totally refute them.
1. "You're just a bigot"
Short rebuttal: Insults are not valid arguments.
Explanation: The term bigot is so ambiguous. For example, Wikipedia offers this definition: "someone who, as a result of their prejudices, treats or views other people with fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance on the basis of a person's opinion, ethnicity, race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, socioeconomic status, or other characteristics."
The definition is circular: You are a bigot because you have a prejudice. And you have a prejudice because you are a bigot. Since liberals call every confrontation with their ideas and attitudes "prejudice," for them, anyone who is anti-liberal is a bigot. And, as you can see, the definition is broad enough to encompass just about anyone.
However, objective truth is not a relative opinion or viewpoint. It's connected to reality and doesn't change to accommodate sinful lifestyles or liberal agendas.
So what does bigot mean again?
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