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Christianity is Under Attack; it's Time to Fight Back

Updated on April 10, 2015

Christians are under attack in this nation. Now more than ever, we have non-Christians openly disagreeing with us. That would not have happened during the Inquisition or the Salem Witch Trials. Or at least it wouldn’t have happened for very long, for those resisting would soon meet their maker, the Devil.

One clear attack on Christians is that not all Christian holidays are national holidays. Why don’t Christians get all religious holidays off and not just Easter and Christmas. It's because Muslims and their liberal accomplices now run this nation.

We should be allowed to have lent off, St. Andrews Day, St. Valentine's Day and the birthday of our saint name as paid holidays. So if you are named for Saint Leander of Seville, you should have February 27th off.

Christians should be able to place religious icons where ever we want all year round and that includes putting crosses on Synagogues and Mosques. In fact, non-Christians should all be forced to kiss the cross when they enter their heathen temples. If they don't, they are attacking our religious freedom.

Why aren’t all Christians living tax free and not just the Churches. Anyone who has a Christian life-style should be exempt from taxes. We do so much for the nation, that our very existence is a charitable contribution.

Why is it that only the Christian right is willing to fight the war on Christians. Where are the Unitarians and Jesuits in this fight? Why aren’t liberal priests discussing this war on Christianity? It’s because they are Heretics Attacking True Evangelicals: H.A.T.E. They aren't true men of God.

We all know many churches don’t accept gay members, and thus, no openly gay person is religious. In fact, homosexuals writhe in agony as a vampire to a cross when they get close to a holy, Christian place of worship.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal “told Family Research Council President Tony Perkins...that the ‘real victims of discrimination’ are business owners who seek to deny service to gay people, not the gay people who were refused public services…” Who are non-Christians to tell us who we can refuse service to? After being forced to serve homosexuals, they will be forcing us to serve those that practice beastiality and pedophilia.

And, as Jindal points out, the left are hypocrites for being intolerant of intolerance. The religious “don’t want the government to force them to participate” in ceremonies against their own religious beliefs. If being intolerant (which we aren't) is intolerable to the homosexuals and their Satanic lovers, it is they who are the real intolerant bigots.

Candidate Mike Huckabee “told FRC president Tony Perkins, the host of the program, that the gay community has turned the controversies surrounding ‘religious freedom’ legislation in Arkansas and Indiana into a ‘phony crisis.’ ” Yes, being treated differently in public is a made up crisis. The war on Christianity is not made up. And I know that because Huckabee and Jindal said so, and so did Tex Shelters. There is no need to dig deeper, down to the Devil.

Huckabee added that this legislative crisis has, “been manufactured by the left, just as was the war on women…” Yes, the left manufactured the war on women by making the right propose and pass legislation to reduce access to health care for women. Moreover, the left forced us to keep women’s wages lower than men and ignore rapes of women. Yep, the left did it.

He continued, “…what I’m seeing here is that in the name of tolerance, there’s intolerance…It won’t stop until there are no more churches, until there are no more people who are spreading the Gospel…” Clearly, there are no religious homosexuals; they just hate religion.

We must use our religion to discriminate between good and evil. We are good; they are evil. Slave owners knew this, “while the abolitionists did use scripture to make their case, many of their pro-slavery opponents also invoked biblical traditions…In 1852, the writer Josiah Priest published a book titled 'Bible Defence Of Slavery: And Origin, Fortunes, and History of the Negro Race.' The publisher's preface points out the belief that ‘the institution of slavery received the sanction of the Almighty in the Patriarchal age; that it was incorporated into the only national constitution which ever emanated from God, that its legality was recognized, and its relative duties relegated by our Saviour, when upon earth.’” There you go. God said slavery was okay, so attacking slavery was an attack on God and Christianity.

Christian family values.
Christian family values.

Leftists attack teachers who want to teach using the Bible, “‘What makes this particular incident so egregious is the impressionable nature of elementary school students, who are more likely to see their public school’s involvement in disseminating religious materials as an endorsement of that religion,’ an attorney for the center, Monica Miller, said in a statement. ‘Numerous cases make clear that public schools cannot assist the Gideons in distributing Bibles to school children.’” No, what’s really egregious is that people like Ms. Miller want to attack Christians by banning Bibles in Oklahoma schools.

One of the first successful attacks on religion was the First Amendment to the Constitution that tell us we can’t “establish” a religion, meaning Christianity, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…” That prevented us from creating one theocracy under God. Clearly, the Constitution is an anti-Christian tome.

Another powerful attack on Christianity was the end of slavery. As descendants of the Israelites, the Bible tells us it is our right to own slaves. We must make “use of the Bible to defend slavery and the master-slave relationship…to erect a moral defense of slavery…” Moreover, it is “ ‘highly probably that the Africans we enslave are descendants of the very same Heathen that were round about the Israelites.’ ” Government has been to attack Christians since 1776, and the libtards of 1865 used this anti-Christian fervor to take away our slaves. Now we have a heathen in the White House like we had on our plantations.

In 1865, we were warned that losing our slaves would lead to making cakes for homosexuals. We were forced to disobey God’s will and let go of our slaves, now we are being forced to treat homosexuals equally. What’s next, forcing Christians to attend Satanist workshops with Michael Moore?

If you aren’t a Christian Evangelical, you must bow down and let the Christian right use our religion to force others to obey our will, God's will. Otherwise, you are fighting a war on Christians. Not letting us discriminate against others is just the latest example of this nation going to hell.

Tex Shelters


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      texshelters 2 years ago from Mesa, Arizona


      God had nothing to do with this writing, but you take is very thoughtful. PTxS

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      Sanxuary 2 years ago

      I think God let you have it your way until religion destroyed all his words and intentions. When you get it right maybe people will consider religion dead and God worth following.

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      texshelters 2 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      I have yet to see science forced on students. I would love some examples. Thanks. PTxS

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      someonewhoknows 2 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Science and religion have some things in common. Science uses it's observations of nature which includes plants and animals in order to develop theories on how and why our world works. The physical as well as the mental characteristics of the plant and animal world.Of,course science also concerns itself with other worldly things like climate as well as minerals. Science has gone through periods in history where there was a fine line between the concrete and it's elusive theoretical ideas as religion does.As,you say we don't need to enforce religion on students and yet we tend to enforce science as if ,it,were a religion.

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      texshelters 2 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      We don't need people to enforce religion on students, we need people who can think analytically. Thanks. PTxS

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      texshelters 2 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      We need to keep religion out of our schools as well and focus on science. Thanks. PTxS

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      someonewhoknows 2 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Christianity was infiltrated by the Rulers of the Roman Empire because they saw it, as a threat to them over two thousand years ago! Today the Catholic church is nowhere near what the original christian church was to begin with.I was brought up in a family of Catholics and went to a Catholic church and school for a few years. Not,once were we given a bible to read or very had any conversations about what was in the bible. The only time the bible was mentioned was in church where the priest would interpret the gospels of the Apostles. Sometime after this period in my life I started reading the bible. The old as well as the new testament.The old testament seemed to me to be almost pornographic in nature with very adult material it dwelt with. Maybe that's the reason the church felt it ,too harsh a reality for children to know about. Even so, the new testament was not.So ,I'm still wondering why the new testament was not used in school . Unless it had to do with separation of church and state laws.

      I can understand and support religious rights laws such as the right to practice religious beliefs as long as they don't conflict with secular laws designed to protect all people from religious bigotry.In other words . If, a religious or secular group or groups decide that your religious group is practicing something that they all agree is immoral and they as a group in secular government decided that it is illegal to practice such acts in public than the rule of law applies and may well be supported by their religious beliefs and still be a secular act especially if , such a law is supported by secular laws that are themselves supported by people who have religious beliefs. Majority rules as long as those rules agreed upon by the majority are also supported the the majority.

      Otherwise the minority will have no choice but to start their own government somewhere else.

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      Bruce Deitrick Price 2 years ago from Virginia Beach, Va.

      Let's pretend for a second that this is serious. Then I would add: I've been very disappointed the last few years that political and especially religious leaders have not gotten involved in the education crisis.

      I'm not talking about only Christian leaders, but all religious leaders. Anybody who can influence the opinions of tens of thousands of people should pay attention to what's going on in the public schools, and work to fix them.

      The country is being deliberately dumbed down. This is not a figure of speech. What we call a high school education now is probably an eighth grade education 75 years ago.

      So I urge religious leaders of all kinds to get much more involved in their local schools. If you don't understand the issues, ask me to explain something.