Hmmm. There seems to be more and more cases of hostility to Christianity that the New Testament warns us about in it's later chapters.
Like Billy Graham has said - 'Go though life with a Bible in one hand and a Newspaper in the other.' It's time to start paying attention.
posted on 12/17/2004 3:34:35 AM PST
(but some people really NEED to be offended...)
Let me see if I got this right. If I were in Australia and I attended a Muslim "service" that quoted the Qu'ran, and if that quote advocated violence against Christians and other peoples "of the Book," I could then sue the Muslims for hate?
To: SolutionsOnly; dennisw; SJackson; MeekOneGOP; TrueBeliever9; Geist Krieger; JohnHuang2; Salem; ...
I am sure these same folks will rule beheading Christians for hate crimes is a good thing in the future. It is OK to have a purge, if you don't hate your victims. The fact that the Islamics teach to kill the infidel from the pulpit is not vilification of Christianity, because they want to kill all Australians equally. It is not a hate crime when it is applied to all races equally, right?
Some peoples hate blinds them, and those who hate God will swallow anything, as long as they can strike the face of God. If hate crimes meant anything, these two judges would be disbarred. But hate crime laws are only meant to excuse hatred. There is no other way to hurt the innocent for being innocent legally, so they made laws that make the innocent into lawbreakers, simply because they hate them so...
posted on 12/18/2004 3:38:34 AM PST
by American in Israel
(A wise man's heart directs him to the right, but the foolish mans heart directs him toward the left.)
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