No wonder saints have hung over their Crucifixes in such trances of contented love.” A political agenda, not simply a response to cultural change, is at work here.Houck calls it “anti-white,” but it is anti-black and anti-Asian too.When walking into the room in which it is displayed, one can’t help but be taken aback, as if one is in the presence of a living person, though from 2,400 years ago.The boxer, with blood on his head and leg, one eye bruised, is seated with his arms resting on his knees and his head tilted upward, as athletes who have just been through some great exertion often do to catch their breath.Just ask ordinary black women who can’t easily find a husband, or Asian men who see more Asian women marry whites, how they feel about it.Houck’s right though: the goal is to weaken traditional American culture.
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“THE Passion of Christ is the most important act in the history of the world.
It is the axis on which the world turns, spiritually.
Everything before it looked forward to it and everything after it looks back toward it.