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The Most Beautiful Lies are multifaceted, persuasive and long-lived.
March 23, 2013
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The Most Beautiful Lies -

Meaning, of course, the
most deceptive and successful.

Vic Biorseth, Saturday, March 23, 2013
http://www.catholicamericanthinker.com

The Most Beautiful Lies are multifaceted, persuasive and long-lived. Beautiful Lies have more than one purpose; at least two, often more than three. The more targets of the deception the better; if the lie is not successful with one target audience, it may succeed in another, and the seeds of further deceptions will have been planted. To Satan, the well-told lie is a beautiful thing; it is what Satan is all about.

When we turn our faces toward the Lord God, Who is the Truth, and we pray the Lord's Prayer, the closing lines are lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. (The original words were deliver us from the evil one.) In a real-world sense, what this line means is lead us not into deception and deliver us from untruth.

The more any society is secularized, i.e., religiously cleansed, the less that society will be capable of recognizing Satan, the works of Satan, or even being able to tell simple right from wrong. Satan is never happier than when among men who do not believe that he exists. He loves to be ignored. Yet even among those who put their faith in atheism, so long as they are capable of doing critical thinking, they will be able to discern for themselves the difference between what is true and what is false.

Satan is way ahead of them; he has been working on that little problem for a long, long time, with multiple layers of beautiful lies. That is how whole peoples have been led into untruth.

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