A few years ago, former Georgia Congressman Paul Broun declared that evolution and the big bang theory were “lies from the pit of hell.” And now we have another idea that apparently came from the pit of hell. Austin Ruse, head of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute, sent an email to supporters saying that comprehensive sex education has the same source.
Austin Ruse of C-FAM, a group that works to push social conservative policy at the UN, emailed supporters early this morning to boast that his group and its allies had successfully removed reproductive rights language from a UN resolution on youth yesterday, which he called “a breathtaking achievement given the fact that the radical left at the UN hungers and thirsts to enslave young people to the sexual revolution.”
Ruse also noted a debate that took place yesterday over the inclusion of comprehensive sex education in a resolution on the rights of children. “Comprehensive sexuality education,” Ruse contended, “is a phrase created in the pits of hell by wicked individuals who wanted to undermine family and ultimately to destroy any institution that stands between the family and the state.” (Efforts to remove the sex-ed language failed.)
So according to Ruse, there isn’t just a “pit of hell” but multiple “pits of hell.” That raises the obvious question of how those pits operate. Do they compete with one another to see who can come up with the ideas that anger God the most? Or do they each work on different subject? Like is there a Science Pit of Hell and a Social Justice Pit of Hell and a Feminist Pit of Hell? Inquiring minds want to know!