I am a member of a message board composed of those who suffer with tinnitus. For a decade, I've been writing to the same folks, on the site's Off Topic forum, conveying to them the same things in terms of the dismantling of absolute truths Christians view as imperative. Most remarks liken our view to naive sentimentality. To them, we must be willing to bend, to evolve into a very liberal mindset. Anything apart from it, is hostility and intolerance. While they want us to be tolerant, they are intolerant of anyone who believes Christ is the answer for the world. I've been accused of being homophobic, extreme right-wing, narrowminded, bigoted, and even mentally ill. And yet, I continue to present what I believe is both a compassionate and straight-forward view of our nation's problems. The group consists of a physicist, a chemist, a retired English teacher, a retired serviceman, a couple nominal Christians, a union leader, a painter, several academic types, and, among them, I am the lone student of apologetics and believer of fairy tales. When my pen pals write, only the Christian events that are the most newsworthy to journalist are cited, stuff like sexual perversion, money stealing, and the moronic announcements of TV evangelists. It's not easy to share with them the truth, i.e. that all we like sheep have gone astray, that the heart of man is desperately wicked. Why? Because agnostics and atheists refuse to believe in sin, while they busy themselves by redefining behaviors to make themselves feel better.