Our emphatic emancipation of authentic moral law will eventually abstract our sense of certainty, emaciate our sense of empathy and enslave our essence into a vacuum of erratic emotivism, sucked in by the gravitational lust for excessive self-experiential existence. In its place is an equivocal ethos aroused by Epicurean exhibitionism and then evangelized as some sort essential element for equal being, forced to erupt from an explosion of escapism. If etiquette is ethics, then economy is equality. This existential exchange of transcendent edification for earthly enhancement trades the everlasting for an eternity of infinite regression. – Who is ever right and who be never wrong?
Matlock Bobechko is an eclectic Christian thinker and designer, award-winning short screenwriter and filmmaker. This is his collection of notes, poems, blogs and journals with supplementary material under Extra. As a rule of thumb, a journal entry will be longer with stronger academic appeal.