June 08, 2016

OSU Is Fully on Board with the Sexual Revolution

Commenting today on the much-publicized Stanford rape case and the whole concept of "affirmative consent," Dr. Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, makes mention of Oklahoma State University's interesting description of affirmative consent ("a voluntary, sober, imaginative, enthusiastic, creative, wanted, informed, mutual, honest, and verbal agreement").

Unfortunately, Mohler says, "once you abandon a sane, rational, objective sexual morality in terms of right and wrong and try to replace it with nothing more than a morality of consent, this kind of moral meltdown [which we see in the Stanford case and elsewhere] is inevitably to follow. ... American culture at large, and especially American colleges and universities, have launched upon a massive experiment in terms of human behavior and even human nature."

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