Solomon’s Wisdom?

Been busy this week with bushhogging and getting ready for Autumn and winter. Deer season is soon here and I’ve given permission to a friend’s grandson to hunt my small plot of woods. Been cutting trails and clearings etc. {He set up a motion detector activated camara. Will make a blog in near future of the night life here on the farm.] Getting some firewood out of all the work. He’s a hard working young man and been rather helpful in a number of matters.

Haven’t had much time to do much posting this week nor keeping up with e-mail news articles. There was one last week where the U.S. Supreme Court had ordered Yeshiva University of New York in a 5-4 decision that it had to allow recognize an LGBT club although it was against the religious school’s teachings.

What to do?

From the article:

Yeshiva originally refused to recognize the club, because Yeshiva’s mission “is to instill Torah values in its students,” a university spokesman explained. McCaughey explained, “Yeshiva welcomes students of any faith and any sexual identity to attend, but it will not put the university’s imprimatur on clubs or activities – such as gambling, video games or gay sex – that violate timeless Torah values.”…

The Examiner reported Tai Miller, head of the LGBT club, raged about the school’s decision.

“The YU administration’s announcement today that it will cancel all student club activities rather than accept one LGBTQ peer support group on campus is a throwback to 50 years ago … when the city of Jackson, Mississippi closed all public swimming pools rather than comply with court orders to desegregate,” Miller said.


Miller’s Unreasonable comparison?

I Don’t know exactly how this would compare to King Soloman’s decision to cut the baby in half and let the two women in disagreement over true motherhood share it, but it’s there none the less. (1 Kings 3:16-28)


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