Christianity Under Attack

A destructive virus has infiltrated America and it is growing rapidly. It is clothed in a well-meaning suit of tolerance. December 21, 2010, Armstrong Williams wrote a spot-on article entitled, “Secularists Assault on Christmas and Christianity”. America was started by people escaping the enslavement and control of the Church of England. They wanted to freely worship as Christians in the “New World”, a Christian world. Armstrong’s article starts out this way:

 “One of the most effective ways to overturn a culture is not to take it on directly, but to undermine it gradually. If you carry out a full-frontal assault on majority opinion, people become alarmed and fight back. But when you do it slowly, step-by-step, you can make your destruction look harmless… even reasonable.

 That’s exactly what’s happening in this country.

 For the past half century, there has been a slow but unrelenting attack on the Christian foundations of the United States. The evidence is beyond dispute.”

I am against any and all politics that places political agendas (Republican or Democrat) over my Orthodox Christian beliefs. We are seeing this takes today around the nation by shutting down the various “freedom of religion” laws, like the recent attacks on North Carolina. Forgetting politics; Christians are called to take care of those who can’t take care of themselves (Matt. 25:40). We are to take care of the innocent being brutalized by evil men (Luke 10:30-37). We are to devote ourselves to good works and be fruitful (Titus 3:14). These functions are not the role of government. And as much as we Christians are told to shut-up these days, we are to be witnesses to Jesus Christ over the whole world (Acts 1:8). This is what I strive to do; my books, articles, website, newspaper and blogs are only for this purpose.

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