That Which is Immoral
At the Thirteenth of Matthew, the Savior likened the Kingdom of Heaven to a man who sowed good seed in his field, though an enemy clandestinely sowed tares among it. Potentially harmful, tares resemble wheat and might not be distinguishable until both have matured. While the enemy no doubt intended that the bad be mistaken for the good, the owner of the field did not hesitate to identify both the tares and the enemy for what they really were. At the Fifth of Isaiah, the prophet pronounced woes upon any who labeled as good that which is evil. It is to the advantage of neither sinner nor saint, whether for political correctness or otherwise, to label as right that which is wrong, or as moral that which is immoral.
Written and Voiced by David Hayes Prophater