In today’s clash of worldviews, it is a fallacy that decisions are made by government are in some sort of vacuum as if there are no presuppositions behind legislation that is passed. When one worldview is displaced another takes its place. Chuck Colson speaks to that fallacy in today’s BreakPoint commentary.

“The popular notion that “you can’t legislate morality” is a myth. Morality is legislated every day from the vantage point of one value system being chosen over another. The question is not whether we will legislate morality, but whose morality gets legislated.”

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