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Liberal claptrap leaves the audience with nothing of substance, nothing that will help them personally overcome the inevitable problems of life.
 
Liberal claptrap leaves the audience with nothing of substance, nothing that will help them personally overcome the inevitable problems of life.
  
Liberal claptrap often pushes the listener toward an illogical viewpoint without saying so in a direct manner.  Liberal claptrap typically seeks to attract attention to a liberal and away from [[God]].
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Liberal claptrap often pushes the listener toward an illogical viewpoint without saying so in a direct manner.  It typically seeks to attract attention to a liberal and away from [[God]].
  
 
The [[Bible]] criticizes liberal claptrap in [[1 Corinthians 1-8 (Translated)#1:17|1 Corinthians 1:17]].
 
The [[Bible]] criticizes liberal claptrap in [[1 Corinthians 1-8 (Translated)#1:17|1 Corinthians 1:17]].

Latest revision as of 23:38, 22 June 2018

Liberal claptrap is pretentious nonsense promoted by liberals. It has the wordy characteristics of liberal style, typically with a self-serving conclusion.

Liberal claptrap leaves the audience with nothing of substance, nothing that will help them personally overcome the inevitable problems of life.

Liberal claptrap often pushes the listener toward an illogical viewpoint without saying so in a direct manner. It typically seeks to attract attention to a liberal and away from God.

The Bible criticizes liberal claptrap in 1 Corinthians 1:17.