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Saturday, April 5, 2014

The Evil Empire


(It's been a while since Reagan was in the White House, so here's some context.)

Pat Buchanan wonders.
In 2013, the Kremlin imposed a ban on homosexual propaganda, a ban on abortion advertising, a ban on abortions after 12 weeks and a ban on sacrilegious insults to religious believers...

In the new ideological Cold War, whose side is God on now?
Good question. I have conservative Christian friends who are starting to get real uncomfortable when I ask it.

What do you call a place where you can get fired from your job for opposing homosexual marriage? Or sued for damages in some Star Chamber quasi-court for refusing to photograph a homosexual wedding? Or that issues parade permits for this? Or calls Carter Heyward a "priest?"

Brawling, redneck, drunken Russia seems at least headed in the right direction. And I know exactly where St. Paul would say we're headed.

6 comments:

Bert said...

I'd have more respect for conservative Christians if they weren't so easily duped by Jews into being reflexively anti-Russian and slavishly pro-Israel.

John (Ad Orientem) said...

What a thoroughly despicable comment.

Bert said...

Thank you.

Porter said...

El-oh-el. That comment was disgusting Bert. Get your beanie on and get your ass to the wailing wall.

Though is the modern church anything but another fallen social institution? Does it defend any immutable precepts other than Christ's oft-stated injunction against racism? What does a man today gain from the church, aside from additional zeitgeist reinforcement?

Anonymous said...

Revilo Oliver is right, Christianity was the original jewish conspiracy.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

Historically, the Local Church was inseparable from the nation. Serbia is Orthodox, and the Orthodox Church is the church of the Serbian nation, for example. America is terra nova, so nobody seems to know what to do at this point.

I haven't researched it, but I've read that secularism is a protestant Christian heresy.