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The Intolerance Of Unbelievers

01 Mar

We have all heard their cries for the church to be tolerant, yet when the shoe is on the other foot, the unbeliever cannot practice what they demand of others

http://www.christianpost.com/news/school-district-pays-40000-atheist-group-ten-commandments-display-lawsuit-175624/

The 6-foot-tall monument of the Ten Commandments has stood at Valley High School near the public school’s gymnasium entrance since it was donated by the Fraternal Order of Eagles in 1957.

In September 2012, FFRF filed a lawsuit against the school district on behalf of a few local residents who took issue with the display.

The monument wasn’t hurting anyone nor did it pose a danger to those who walk near it. How hard is it for unbelievers to simply ignore it?  Obviously it is very hard as they abuse the court system in order to bully schools and other government organizations into doing what the unbeliever wants.

The removal of this religious monument will provide a more welcoming environment that will promote equality and neutrality.”

Except for those who believe the Bible or some other religion. Someone should tell the unbeliever that there is no such thing as neutrality when it comes to God and humans. You are either on his side or you are not.

The bullying done by unbelievers also contradict that statement as the unbeliever will do anything in order to create an environment that protects their decision to reject the good news. They are not welcoming to Christians nor allow Christians to express their faith so that statement is moot and carries no weight. Someone should also tell the unbeliever that the very things they desire– lower crime rates, peace, tolerance, etc.– come from believing in Jesus and following the Bible. removing the Bible means opening the door to more crime, hatred, intolerance and so on.

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