Perhaps you should discern your own opinion who may be more likely to lead you on a path that may “Go to Hell?”
The Chicago Tribune columnist opinion titled, Column: Attorney General William Barr to nonbelievers: Go to hell, expressed his opinions of a speech given by Attorney General William Barr at Notre Dame.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to provide a link of the actual speech for you to discern rather than the opinion of a political pundit.
After reading, perhaps you will agree with why I believe the best solution to resolve this issue is School Vouchers.
The simple believe anything, but the prudent give thought to their steps. (Proverb 14:15)
Excerpts Gils Bible Commentary
The simple believeth every word, everything that is said to him every story that is told him, and every promise that is made him; and so is easily imposed upon,
but the prudent man looked well to his going; or “it’s going” (o); to the course and tendency of the word he hears,
He that speaks first in his own cause seems just; until his neighbor comes and examines him. (Proverb 18:17)
What’s My Point?
When you read or hear a one-sided opinion, especially from political pundits, keep in mind the 3000-year-old wisdom advice to be prudent and seek out and examine what was actually said and then you discern which is wise or foolish advice.
Frankly, the only reason I read this particular columnist is because of this ancient proverb idiom.
“The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
In My Opinion
Read the actual speech in the Source Link below. Then you decide which entity is destined to more likely to be judged as a candidate to “Go to Hell.”
Also, my post to recommend the best solution to end government from mandating and indoctrinating our children in public schools over the objections of parents is school vouchers.
Which speech or opinions will you discern to be simple or prudent, wise or foolish?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Chicago Tribune Steve Chapman
Attorney General William Barr Speech at Notre Dame
King Solomon, Six Alarming Reasons for School Vouchers
Wikipedia Friend of My Friend
Gils Bible Commentary