Do you remember why Babalon fell apart?
“Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.” (Gen 11:7)
So how is language “confused”? Well, there’s two ways I can think of. One, have a different word for the same thing, or two, use the same word for different things. The first is a different language, which isn’t all that confusing at all. It only requires that one learns the language. But when you have the same word that means different things, that’s confusing.
If you redefine the word dog to include cats, that’s fine. But then what word would you use when you want to communicate “cat”? You can’t. It would be impossible.
So people, still needing to communicate, will start using hyphenated words. You might hear something like “a purring-dog”, for example. In the same way, we have begun to hyphenate words. You hear thing like, “traditional-marriage”, or maybe, “Biological male” to describe what was once known as simply a “male”.
We see a lot of words decimated. And some there is no hyphenated replacementents. Like this one:
This brings us to stories like this:
Judging from the title you’d think that this article is against this. But words mean things… even pronouns. So the writer gives away the store by using the word “she” to describe a “he”.
We see other word problems mentioned in the Bible also. For example this:
Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness,who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. (Isa 5:20)
It’s one thing to call a man a woman because in the end they’re both humans at least. But to redefine a word to mean its opposite, especially when the words you’re redefining are “good” and “evil”, that’s even more diabolical. Yet that’s happening in the government schoolhouse. Do you really think, for example, that the institution that lays out the red carpet for those who butcher babies and then sells their parts to come in and teach your children are going to also teach your children that butchering babies and selling their parts is evil? Of course not.
These poor female athletes are learning more in high school than they bargained for. They’re learning that changing definitions of words might seem awesome and loving in the abstract, but in reality, such doings can come back to haunt you.
We are living in a modern-day Babalon of sorts. Our language is becoming ever more confused. And as generation after generation becomes more and more inculcated into the new confusing language, society will become ever more confusing… unless you forego the indoctrination.
The institution will teach confusion. But you can teach critical thinking skills at home that will put your children’s feet on solid ground. That’s the loving thing to do.