Quote from Dante on Moral Neutrality

“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who retain their neutrality in times of moral crisis”  –  Dante Alighieri

Of course, everyone is going to heaven, but that doesn’t negate the valid point Dante is making here about the need to take a moral stand.

“Political correctness” and “tolerance” are the hallmarks of those who call for retreat to moral neutrality when times are calling for moral clarity.

No one can be objective when it comes to God.  We all have a personal stake in the matter.  Therefore, we are all subjective and He is the only only one who can ever be truly objective.

Romans 14:16 Therefore do not let what is for you a good thing be spoken of as evil;  (NASB)

2 Replies to “Quote from Dante on Moral Neutrality”

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