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Is Scripture-Quoting a Sign that You’re Nuts?

cramsey Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 8:10 AM
It is sadly true that Christianity is mocked, and those that believe are seen as deluded, anachronistic fanatics. I know. I have been accused of everything from being indoctrinated by my parents to having 'cognitive dissonance" because I believe in God and the bible, and yes, quote scriptures. I read a lot, and I have noticed a disturbing trend that portrays Christians as paranoiac fanatics, or unyielding martinets, condemning and ignorant. It is yet another part of the conditioning of society away from Judeo-Christian values and into the amoral tenets of communism.
Lepanto Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 8:24 AM
Cramsey, Jesus warned us we would be hated by the culture if we followed him. Like all scripture it certainly is true.

Currently in the theaters is the movie, Safe Haven, based on the book by Nicholas Sparks. In the book, the bad guy goes around quoting Scripture.

Is quoting Bible verses indicative of a mental imbalance? To some of our cultural elites it would seem so.

By way of full disclosure, I have neither read the book nor seen the movie. (Nor do I want to vote with my money by buying a ticket for it, saying, “Yes, Hollywood, make more Christian-bashing movies.”) However, my wife read the book and said it’s a great story about an abused wife, fleeing from her...