The Ed Morrissey Show: Kevin McCullough

posted at 1:11 pm on November 29, 2010 by Ed Morrissey

Today on the Ed Morrissey Show (3 pm ET), Kevin McCullough joins us again to discuss the intersection of faith and politics. Kevin and I will also talk about the fizzle of National Opt-Out Day, the Wikileaks fallout, federal pay freezes, and much much more!

We’ll also talk about BMX Radio Now, Kevin and Stephen’s exploding success in independent talk radio, as well as Kevin’s book, The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be: Taking a Stand for True Masculinity.

The Ed Morrissey Show and its dynamic chatroom can be seen on the permanent TEMS page — be sure to join us, and don’t forget to keep up with the debate on my Facebook page, too!

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With regard to Kevin’s point about the inhuman, debased nature of the Islamist terrorists, it has always bothered me that nobody points out that if God is just, he couldn’t judge us fairly if we were denied the freedom to choose between good and evil. God told Adam and Eve not to eat the fruit that resulted in the fallen world, but then expressly gave them the power to chose. If God refused to force them, what right do human beings have to do otherwise? Furthermore, God presumably has the power to kill the faithful and infidels alike, yet he withholds his hand. He refused to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah if 10 righteous people could be found there because Abraham begged him to save them. Why then would he allow Islamist imams, who have no more authority than any other Muslim, to send people out to commit suicide (a sin in itself) in order to kill people who never had a chance in life to hear the message of Islam?

Such a god would be unjust, and therefore the doctrine of the terrorists is illogical, and those who promote it are committing heresy.

flataffect on November 29, 2010 at 8:43 PM