I’m going to be brief. Here are six quotes I read or heard this week.
I’ll let you mentally “munch” on these.
1. “By casting all disagreement as hate-based — and by destroying those with whom we disagree on a character level — we worsen both hate and politics… Enough of the moral cowardice. It’s just fine for Joe Biden to think Mike Pence is a decent guy. And it’s pretty indecent to disagree”—Ben Shapiro
2. “For the distinct minority of Democrats who describe themselves as pro-life, the party and its presidential candidates offer a bleak picture”—Tom Strode
3. “On the issue of same-sex marriage, most conservative Christians are simply interpreting Scripture faithfully. It’s not that we’re allowing our prejudice against homosexuality to change how we interpret Scripture, but rather that we are merely refusing to follow the culture’s lead in twisting Scripture to claim support for what God’s Word clearly opposes”—Joe Carter
4. “Words are not nearly as useful as silence. Social media is a useful medium for some things, but anger is not one of them”—Justin Earley
5. “I’m going to fight this, and I’m going to keep working. And with the love and support of my family and friends and with the help of your prayers also, I plan to beat the low survival rate statistics for this disease. Truth told, I have to! Because under the terms of my contract, I have to host Jeopardy for three more years!”—Alex Trebeck
6. “I would boo me too if I were the other team”—Russell Westbrook