It's Okay To Speak Negatively About Christians

Why is it people think that saying something negative about a Christian is okay but not about other religions? What makes Christianity such a threat to people that they exclude those who believe in Jesus from the rules of decency and respect? In an article about Presidential Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, we see a glimpses of this problem today:

“If someone says something about another faith, particularly liberals come to their defense in a raging motion, but if someone attacks a Christian, it’s perfectly fine. At some point we became a culture that said that was okay.” —Sarah Sanders

Continue reading “It's Okay To Speak Negatively About Christians”

The Selectively Offended


I disagree with that

Today, we live during a period of history when the rights and freedoms afforded to all Americans by the First Amendment are being eroded and redefined.

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

There is a group of individuals who are offended by what certain people say or write and therefore assert that those who express themselves in offensive ways, should be silenced. The problem with this view of speech is that the people who make these claims, selectively choose what is offensive and what is not. Essentially, anything that you write or say that they do not agree with, is deemed offensive language and should be censored.

Continue reading “The Selectively Offended”

If Your God Needs You To Defend Him, He Is Not God


Defending God

Does God need us to defend Him? The Bible describes the early followers of Jesus as men who “earnestly contended for the faith (Jude 3).” 

In recent years, there have been many people who are offended by many things. A person can hardly say anything at all without offending someone, somewhere. The term: “Politically Correct” has been used to define what we can say, within the boundaries of acceptable language. In any instance where a person, news agency, or other organization, feels that your language fits their definition for incorrect language, your words may be censored.

Censor: “an official who examines material that is about to be released, such as books, movies, news, and art, and suppresses any parts that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security.“[1]

Politically Correct: “exhibiting (or failing to exhibit) political correctness: it is not politically correct to laugh at speech impediments.“[2] Continue reading “If Your God Needs You To Defend Him, He Is Not God”