I wish you all the best of the season, whatever your beliefs, whatever your political persuasion
The Religious Right’s reaction to Phil Robertson’s suspension is not only what Jesus expected out of his followers, but it has got me thinking once again about the politics of certainty.
I was reading this morning an article in The Atlantic, Our God-Given Constitutional Right to a Television Show detailing the “heart warming collection of affectionate and supportive notes sent by loving Christians” to writer Josh Barro “to save him from his sinful and murderous ways.” Josh Barro had the temerity to pen an article for Business Insider critical of Phil Robertson.
According to Hagee, "America is becoming a pagan society; we are in a moral free-fall."
Michele Bachmann seems to envision an America governed not through the democratic process but through a prayer-tyranny of the bigoted few
We go to medical doctors for medical care based on the most recent medical science, not for prayers
Conservative Christians despise atheism as being a subjective form of morality, ignoring the history of their own subjective belief system
James Dobson determined that Obama's defeat means we are living in a time of judgment and that God can make use of Obama