Makes sense. They're communists who hate Christians and will kill them if they are able to take power. That's why they're anti-gun just as are their progressive "useful idiots"as Lenin called them. Mao said "political power comes from the barrel of a gun" which is why ONLY YOUR ENEMY WANTS YOU DISARMED. --Ron W
Absolutely, but wanting ain't going to get it.
Yes, instead of what your enemy wants, give'em what they need. --Ron W
absolute truth !! and part of what these communist and other hate groups fail to realize when the first bullet is fired there is no turning back . Its war on and its coming for all opposed to the Constitution and our rights as a nation founded " We The People "
is no turning back .Not pleasant.
Let's not pretend that Antifa and atheistic communism don't go hand in hand. Fixed it for her. indyjonesouthere
Fixed it for her. You can be her proof reader.
Such a blatant misrepresentation of true, Biblical Christianity. Never once did Christ ask His followers to kill for Him. He did command His followers thus, "But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; (Matthew 5:44)". This is a far cry from any white nationalist teaching (or antifa or communist or Islamic teachings on their treatment of enemies).
Christ wasn't a pushover either. Righteous anger is a Christian virtue.Christians are meant to value order. We give unto Caesar what is his. But we're not meant to be pushovers either.One can certainly respect an opponent. Modern society likes to portray everything as "good vs. evil", inciting hysteria against one's purported opponent. Christians aren't like that. But we may still take righteous stands.
Modern society likes to portray everything as "good vs. evil", inciting hysteria against one's purported opponent.Well said.
In sense we believe in good vs. evil, of course. I just meant we don't view ourselves as perfectly good. We shouldn't fall into vanity and such as easily.Christians in the South really seem to be humble in my experience. It's an amazing culture.Latinos are also humble in my experience. I grumble at them sometimes, but they are humble.
Christians in the South really seem to be humble in my experience.& black Southern Christians even more so.
True that, Robert Ross. But Jesus also instructed his disciples to, if necessary, sell their cloak and buy a sword (Luke 22:36). The sword was the personal "assault weapon" carried by the greatest military power of that era, the Roman Legion. We are not to allow the wicked to physically hurt or kill ourselves, our loved ones, friends and other innocents. "As it is written", A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring. (Proverbs 25:26) --Ron W
Brock I used to quote how it's best not be angry. The, ah, Cicero taught that (among others I'm sure). Anger clouds one's judgement, leads one to make mistakes. One should then act calmly and logically towards the moral goal.Well, some Christians online corrected me. They said "righteous anger" is a Christian virtue. And they're right. Too much calmness maybe enables us to become overly passive.
They said "righteous anger" is a Christian virtue. And they're right. Too much calmness maybe enables us to become overly passive.Well said as overly passive may lead to our death throes.