A Sobran Thought on Hypocrisy

A Sobran Thought on Hypocrisy September 12, 2006

Under the new rules, you can be called a hypocrite for upholding old standards of virtue that you don’t exemplify perfectly; but you can’t be called a hypocrite for sinking into utter moral squalor, as long as you profess to believe there’s nothing wrong with it. So the defender of traditional morality is kept constantly on the defensive, since only he can be accused of hypocrisy.

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Thanks to FWD from Fr. Miguel Grave de Peralta.


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