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A Culture War or a War Against Christ?

Donjindra Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 12:44 PM
Will Christians of Michael Youssef's type ever tire of their persecution complex? Will they ever tire of bragging about how great they are and (wink, wink) they don't really want a pat on the back? Will they ever tire of their hypocrisy? Real Christian martyrs should turn over in their graves at Youssef's whining.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 6:27 PM
You haven't a clue..and you don't want a clue..because then if you did you'd have to make a choice.
Whenever we are attacked and maligned we really should thank you Christ haters because you gave us the compliment that we are part of the FAMILY OF GOD and following HIS commands. SO THANK YOU
Donjindra Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 9:03 PM
Dean197 Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 9:43 AM
That would have come off more pious without the sarcasm capitalization.

Some in the media have popularized the term “culture war,” giving the impression that the war being waged against Christianity is the same thing as a war against everything that is traditional.

But in 2013, let’s change the term. Let’s call it what it is: “A war against Christ.”

Certainly there are many American traditions rooted in Christian teaching and history. But mixing some traditions with what is purely Christ-honoring—although it may recruit support from non-Christian traditionalists or conservatives—dilutes the Christian dye.

Take for example the ACLU’s war against Christians praying in public schools while obliging Muslims the ability make their...