Monday, February 15, 2010

Valentines Day Movie: The Moral Relativism of Anne Hathaway

I watched the 'Valentines Day' movie this weekend along with hundreds of other valentine conscience husbands and boyfriends.

...and It was all I expected. Love stories with a twist staring various leading actors and actresses.

Ms. Anne Hathaway playing the character of a struggling resent college graduate with student loans up the gazzoo. She manages to hold down a part time office job while juggling a 'phone-for-sex' hotline. A bit of entrepreneurship and moral relativism she learned in college, perhaps?

Well, it seems Ms. Hathaway is closer to that moral relativist character in real life than we think.

She has stated that because the Catholic Church has teachings that are contrary to her real brother's chosen life style...

"The whole family converted to Episcopalianism after my elder brother came out," she tells the magazine. "Why should I support an organization that has a limited view of my beloved brother?"

...she must leave the church. Limited view of her brother? I don't think the Catholic church has anything personal against her brother. Now the homosexual life style is another thing.

InsightScoop has the post.

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