Michael Brown on Culture May Change But God’s Word Does Not Change

There is a concept in the modern world that says that the newer something is, the better it is. This applies to the human race as well: We are getting better. We are evolving. We are smarter. And we have higher standards.

That would allegedly apply to contemporary America as well. Slavery is behind us. Segregation is behind us. Outmoded religious dogmas are behind us.

We have become more tolerant. More accepting. More inclusive. We are better today than we were yesterday.

Except for one thing. We are not.

The truth be told, in many ways, we are no better than previous generations while, in some ways, we are worse.

Michael Brown holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a professor at a number of seminaries. He is the author of 25 books and hosts the nationally syndicated, daily talk radio show, the Line of Fire.

That’s because human nature doesn’t change.

That’s why the 20th century was the bloodiest century in world history.

That’s why there is still a nuclear arms race, since one nation cannot trust another nation to act peacefully.

That’s why human trafficking is flourishing.

That’s why violent crime and rape and theft continue unabated.

That’s why we celebrate our “right” to kill more than 60 million babies in the womb.

That’s why oppressive, totalitarian regimes continue to grow.

And that’s why the cancel culture thrives in the name of tolerance.

Human nature doesn’t change.

No one has to teach us to be greedy. Or dishonest. Or lustful. Or hateful. Or violent. Or selfish. Or judgmental. Or hypocritical. Or prideful. That is simply part of human nature.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown