It’s not harmless.

A post at the Dead Pastors Society directed me to this post written by a pastor worried about the effects of ever-more ubiquitous pornography on his young son. The whole post, written as if to his son, is terrific, but I’ll pull just one line from it and let you read the rest. After pointing out that pornography turns its consumer into the center of the universe, he writes:

The truth is that being at the center of your own world, getting what you want out of situations or people, and thinking only about your own fleeting pleasure at the expense of others… is a place of tremendous emptiness and hollowness.

 

 

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