Yesterday, I noted that Obama’s vision, spelled out at Cairo and Notre Dame, is radically different from Benedict XVI’s.
Benedict wants religions to acknowledge their differences in search of truth. Obama wants them to acknowledge their sameness in search of peace.
Obama is very cleverly, with fine intentions, proposing relativistic secularism as the world’s common ground.
(This continues what I started yesterday in “Obama, Notre Dame and Islam”.)
At both Cairo and Notre Dame, Obama identified the Golden Rule as the point of agreement of all religions.
At Notre Dame, he stressed that the Golden Rule amounts to service and love:
To Catholics: “For if there is one law that we can...READ MORE