Sunday, August 30, 2015

Politics from the Pulpit Myths Debunked

It sounds a lot like the "civics" classes many had in high school. Yet, somehow, many pastors, or as some say "pastures," identify this activity as political in nature that would jeopardize their tax-exempt status. Challenging their stance gets one a look as though you are the spawn of Satan, spewing green acid vomit while your head spins around as you rise in the air. These "pastures" and their congregation have little difficulty sending their children to the government indoctrination centers disguised as schools to receive an anti-theist education -- an education where history is skewed, the Constitution and its meaning butchered, Christianity relegated to non-existence while promoting the false religion of Islam, and the Founding Fathers labeled as "terrorists" and "old white men" with antiquated views of freedom and liberty. The indoctrination of their children to accept a one-world government, violation of freedom and liberty and eradication of God-given rights is acceptable while teaching the Constitution from a Biblical standpoint is "political."