Do not think that there is only one way to devaluate the moral feeling of a particular era. There can be undermining of morals which obviously and blatantly denies the commandments of God and boldly proclaims unrestrained human liberty. But there can also be a refinement of evil which seems to propagate something very fine and good. In the latter case the danger is much greater than when evil is obvious to everyone. – G. C. Berkouwer, Modern Uncertainty and Christian Faith, 64.