"Take away from Me the noise of your songs"

Peter Heck asks the woke mob a serious and thought-provoking question that of course they can't answer.

What tells you that racism is wicked or that saying cruel things about a gay person is wrong? I'm not arguing with you about your conclusion, I'm asking you how you arrived at it and how you know that it's trustworthy?

These people don't work on first principles, Peter, you should know that. Okay, he does know they can't (and won't) but presses the issue anyways.

We believers find that something in the character of God. That's why we need Scripture. When I declare racism is evil, and that saying cruel things about a gay person is immoral, I'm comparing those actions against the character of God as revealed in the Bible. That's our answer key. Actions that comport with God's character are good. Those that are in conflict with God's character are bad.

That's fixed. That's unmovable. That's absolute. That's reliable.

As much as I know they have it in for all of us, I can't and won't fault the cancel crusaders for desperately trying to exert a moral code. Mankind is wired to know one, and need one.

Truthfully, the flailing attempt to create their own feeble forgery is nothing if it isn't another one of "God's invisible qualities – His eternal power and divine nature…being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse."