by Don Hartness
When we think of evil, we often think of a hideous act, such as the event at Newtown, CT. Yet, evil is not always reflected in a grotesque act. Oftentimes, it is a long string of tiny jabs that murder just as effectively as a momentous act.
As this slide show from Discovery demonstrates, evil surrounds us, thriving in the environment of extreme apathy we all find ourselves in. These small little acts are often the roots leading to destroyed lives and communities. Evil, just like good, always starts as a solitary act.
This should give moral relativists reason to pause and think…