This blog originally founded by Blogger who holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession. Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches. Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology. Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Monday, July 3, 2017

President Trump Our King Cyrus

 
After giving a string of definitions of a cult, one of our anonymous commenters then proceeded to accuse  millions of Christians of being in  a cult if they admired our president.  Nice try Anon, but you failed to give the most accepted definition of a Christian cult.

To begin, if you never have heard, we Christians have our Scriptures which we each allow the Holy
Spirit to interpret.  A Christian cult then becomes one in which a group forms around a strong leader who then demands his followers accept his interpretation of God’s Word, and his only.

Thus Anon, your wading into an area for which you have no preparation, is made null.

But I won’t stop there.  Although Trump does not even come close to a Christian cult leader, we Christians are grateful for his election.  He has become our King Cyrus who freed us from the bondage of the leftwing’s counter-religion called Political Correctness or PC for short.

As Christians we began to hear the sounds of the Coliseum.  In Canada and England for example, the PC pharisee police have already started imprisoning Christian ministers if their preaching violates the tenets of PC.  And, President Trump is already freeing us from that bondage.  The PC police told us to stay in our churches and beware if we came out into the public arena.

Then after the election, by Christmas, we were again wishing people Merry Christmas in the malls and on the street corners.  So, Trump is not a Christian cult leader.  He is our secular King Cyrus. (Isaiah 45 and our 45th president)

64 comments:

Anonymous said...

Blogger

There is so much BS in your post I don't know where to begin. What are you labeling "PC" ? America is not a Christian Theocracy! America politicians swear to uphold the US Constitution not the Quran or the Bible. You were always free to wish fellow citizens Merry Christmas but you can't as a public official do so on taxpayer PA systems, stationary or as there superior.
You confirm my early comments as to being part of a cult.

Will said...

Please provide links to articles documenting the imprisonment of ministers in England and Canada for the sin of not being PC.

USS Rodger Young said...

America is a Christian nation. Always has been although it may not always remain that way if idiots like noneymouse coward have their way. Our nation was built on Christianity, not the Koran or any other false religion. Public officials have always wished the public Merry Christmas - it's only a recent phenomenon that they are disparaged for doing so. Funny noneymouse coward supports baby killing, violence against the right and traitors (Reality Winner), yet they have a massive problem with being a Christian nation. Conscience bothering you noneymouse coward? If a superior hands you a Quarter that says "In God We Trust" is that bad too? LOL!!!!!!!

Christians loved it when Donald Trump did what he should've done - say Merry Christmas to a Christian nation!!! Way to go Trump. This is why free-thinking, enlightened Conservatives elected you. Pay no attention to the sore losers who LOST the last election. Donald Trump won and the left LOST. Lost bigley!!!

I simply love the irrefutable fact that the left is absolutely melting down. They can't stand the fact Donald Trump swept the Presidential election despite the best efforts of large corporations and the left colluding together to try and steal the Presidency. Stings don't it pardner.

Your ole pal

Hannah Lowry

USS Rodger Young

USS Rodger Young said...

A Christian nation pulls for Charlie Gard. A non-Christian nation doesn't. Same for the folks who live in those nations. Christians, the same ones who wish Merry Christmas to others, want to give Charlie Gard every chance he can have. Non-Christians, the same ones who believe English judges who've never met Charlie Gard should be making life and death decisions, believe the nanny state knows what's best for a couple's baby.

Sarkazein said...

A Christian nation gave sanctuary to those of other faiths.

Anonymous said...

RY, Sark and Blogger, history and the Courts do not share your opinion that America is a Theocracy form of Government like Iran only Christian.

USS Rodger Young said...

Noneymouse Coward,

The Founders (the history you speak of) and the courts DO share the fact that America is a Christian nation. See the Ten Commandments that are being placed in many public locations (Oklahoma is the most recent) as evidence of this. I just took a quarter out of my pocket, and walla!!!, what does it say? It must be wrong, but I swear it reads "In God We Trust". This change printed by the government. Oaths of office have always been done by placing the right hand on the Bible. Yep, more evidence of the fact the United States is a Christian nation. LOL!!!

I notice the noneymouse coward is staying well away from the Charlie Gard story I placed in the above posts. Why is this noneymouse coward? Is it because you wish the child to die or because you agree with the British Government having control with what is done with a baby over the wishes of the baby's parents? Which is it my confused friend? I've got that all too familiar feeling that the liberal socialist sheep are getting ready to flee again. Much too hot for them on this site.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Anonymous said...

RY

Those un constitutional acts by local and state governments will also be ruled unconstitutional after costing taxpayers huge legal fees.

Blogger said...

Will, I don't have time to find the links, but while you are waiting, see if you can load the pdf at the end of this article. I will get back to you. I know you will call the following a cop out but I am finding I read articles in my Christian magazines and Google's algorithms are now set to pull up any left wing article one can find and more and more conservative data is omitted. As you know, Google has just been fined 2.7 billion dollars for having their algorithms favor some groups over others. The point is it now is taking a long time to find articles you have read unless they favor the left.

Reader said...

Lib, you know no history of this nation. Maybe you've read revised books or just heard someone's version of history. You can't read revised books or watch MSNBC to get facts. The truth was written down. It's up to you to find the truth...and it goes back to when the Declaration of Independence was written.

This is an Exceptional Nation. Period. It's called American Exceptionalism. 29 of the 56 Founding Fathers were ministers of the gospel whether you accept that or not, it's up to you. It's fact.

I feel sad for you that you don't believe in God, Lib. You are missing out on a lot of joy. Those of us that do believe Jesus came to die for us...know He died for "all of us". No group. No race. All.

If you don't like to read about our history, audio and video are available to learn about our nation on the internet. Some of us are "readers" and some are listeners.

Anonymous said...

Will Google Christian Ministers arrested in England.

Anonymous said...

Will, do the same for Christian ministers arrested in Canada?

Anonymous said...

Will, Google can you preach against homosexuality in Canada

Anonymous said...

Is this the one ? This one is in the USA

http://www.10news.com/news/carlsbad-pastor-arrested-on-child-molestation-charges

Anonymous said...

This one here in NC?

http://www.wyff4.com/article/judge-declares-mistrial-in-case-of-nc-minister-accused-of-beating-gay-church-member/9984719

Anonymous said...

I found where these ministers were arrested here in NC protest NC GOP injustice.

http://swampland.time.com/2013/07/01/moral-mondays-religious-progressives-protest-north-carolina-policies/

Anonymous said...

RY

Being a minister or a person of deep religious faith doesn't give you a license to discriminate of practice hate crimes.

Blogger said...

RY enjoy your comments. However, I wish that on this thread you would stay on topic. The topic is the church suffering persecution for what the Bible says. Lib has loaded it up with articles about left-wing ministers taking political stands as well as moral failures of some preachers. None of that is relevant but he does not know it. Typically liberal preachers are more interested in left-wing politics and are not much into the Bible. That is why their churches are dying. RY I wish you would follow my links above and help me out here. The church has just this little window while Trump is president to save itself from the dark spirit behind PC. Keep in mind that spirit has totally turned upside down the moral code of America in just an amazingly few years. It is also behind the demand to bring Allah to this country even knowing all the destruction he has accomplished. Just look at the last comment above which tells it all.

Anonymous said...

This last anonymous just proved the point. He is so taken over by the spirit of PC he actually believes that teaching what is in the Bible is a hate crime.

USS Rodger Young said...

Blogger,

I was having such fun railroading noneymouse coward, that I got off topic somewhat. You are completely correct, there is a very small window that the church has to identify and push back the dark forces that manifest in many forms. One of those forms is indeed Political Correctness. The left, in conjunction with Satan, constantly preaches conformity and collectivism to herd Christians into ever smaller, more isolated groups. Separate and conquer. They've been at it for many years, and during husseien obummer's reign they went at it full power. From forcing bakers to bake cakes for a gay couple, to imprisoning a judge in Kentucky for refusing to marry another gay couple, the extremist left works in earnest with Satan. This is why dolts like noneymouse coward project such vitriol when you post timely, relevant topics like this one. It's why the left went berserk when Trump intonated that we would once again be saying Merry Christmas. Their machinations are in danger of being foiled by the peaceful and the meek.

That utterance from Trump wasn't really from Trump, it was from God speaking through the shallow vessel known as man. We are shallow vessels because we are weak enough to buy into not saying Merry Christmas for decades now because a small minority, propelled by Satan, is intent on tearing down Christianity. I expect we'll see more from Trump as God gives us hint upon hint to eschew the dark clouds and evil of political correctness (almost always given to us by the retarded left). I've felt for many years the reason liberal extremists seem to dodge this site is because they're after weaker prey. Johnny Rico coined the term "jackal", and I now believe she was describing the jackal tendency to attack weaker prey. Sorry Rico for calling you a bitch. And the jackal, as we know, gives birth to the anti-Christ.

Some churches and denominations have already succumbed to the political correctness weapon. They are at a crossroads now as to whether or not they repent and come back towards God or continue down the path to destruction. Book of Matthew comes to mind - "Wideth the gate and easy the way to temptation; Narrow the gate and difficult the way to salvation." Trump, for some fence sitting Christians, is seen as the more difficult path. Not sure why, but then again I never understood how many succumb to PC in the first place.

Here on the 4th of July, we can look back to the Founders and see almost the same thing happened. 10% of the population supported the Revolution. The rest were swayed by PC. The 10% ended up winning much like Trump won this past November - against all odds and aided by a God intent of giving us chance after chance. This blog and many people however, seem to be waking from the PC sleep. Perhaps it's like the revival/temperance movement of the 1920s - getting closer to God. We will continue to pray it is, and I will continue to call out the retards who think otherwise.

USS Rodger Young

Sarkazein said...

That, my friend, was a great comment by USSRogerYoung 9:36 PM.

Blogger said...

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! USSRogerYoung!!

guy faulkes said...

God speaks through everyone, even Goofus. Some things are a test. Not for Him, but for us. Free will, i.e.

Anonymous said...

Blogger

Your deeply held religious beliefs are your religious beliefs, not mind. I'm under No obligation to practice your religious beliefs. You don't seem to understand that basic religious freedom, nor do a lot of evangelical ministers.

guy faulkes said...

Goofus, Blogger has never said you have to believe what he does. He merely gives you his opinion. You cannot tolerate anyone disagreeing with you. There is a lesson there.

Blogger said...

Anon, Guy is correct. I have never said you have to believe as I believe. But, I was thinking, it you are feeling a little nudging, it could be the Holy Spirit. It is His role to convince you of how much He loves you and how much He longs to have you with Him for all eternity.

Anonymous said...

Blogger

Why would I want to share your cruel region, lacking in humanity, tolerances, empathy, justice, compassion or any of the tenants of Christianity or other great world religion?
You seem obsessed with the concept of Hell, the supernatural and theocratic Authoritarianism.

USS Rodger Young said...

nonymouse coward,

Did you mean to say Islam? You know, the "religion" that stones women to death, forces women to cover themselves, won't let women attain higher education, believes in 72 virgins, and makes it a point to destroy those who aren't Islamic. Oh wait, that sounds suspiciously like the liberals that infect American today (you). Violence against those with whom they disagree is apparently a tenant of your political religion. LOL!!

I'll echo Blogger's invite - you are invited to become a Christian, repent, and enjoy an everlasting life of salvation. The opposite choice, and Christians are all about personal choice and responsibility, is truly detestable. But it's YOUR choice, not anyone else's.

Anonymous said...

Roger and Blogger

I invite you and Blogger to the real Christianity where Jesus fed the multitude, healed the sick, drove the money changers from the temple.
Your fake White Republican Jesus is a fraud, lacking empathy, compassion, humanity, justice or the tenants of true Christianity.

Nobody said...

Anonymous Lib POV,

You STILL have NO credibility when it come to speaking about "empathy, compassion and humanity" when you STILL REFUSE to unconditionally condemn the shooting of republican congresspersons at a baseball practice. Shut up, you hypocrite.

Nobody said...

And I've just gotta ask these questions:

1) Are you a Christian?
2) If not, what do you know about the "tenants (sic, tenants are people who rent properties. I think you meant, "tenets.") of true Christianity?" How much do you know about "true Christianity?" Or are you like most liberal atheists -- you just like to toss out a couple of carefully selected verses and quotes to try and attack Christians while remaining totally ignorant of the full Christian doctrine?
3) Are you the same person who, on the "Proud to Be an American" thread, talked about a woman's "most basic freedom and human right of having power over her own body?"
4) If you ARE a Christian and you ARE the same person who made that comment on the other thread, how does your Christian beliefs allow you to support the murder of an unborn child? Does that child not have the most basic right to LIFE?

My guess is you are NOT a Christian, which would best explain your hostility and contempt for Christians. It does not, however, explain your silence on Islam, which USSRY so eloquently exposed as being openly and violently hostile to women, gays and non-believers. I would caution you and any other liberal atheists when it comes to using the Bible to attack Christians. If you do so, you are in essence accepting the authority of the Bible and must accept the Bible as an authority in any rebuttals others might give.

guy faulkes said...

". I would caution you and any other liberal atheists when it comes to using the Bible to attack Christians. If you do so, you are in essence accepting the authority of the Bible and must accept the Bible as an authority in any rebuttals others might give"

Point well made.

Anonymous said...

Nobody

I don't consider the Bible or the Quran something every believer of either agree on. I don't let others dictate my own moral compass. Religion tells you what to believe regardless of what is right, morality tell you what is right regardless of what you're told to believe.
I would caution Believers of a Republican Jesus you have no supporting Christian religious text and America is not a Theocracy.

guy faulkes said...

Goofus, if you had the mental capacity to remember, Blogger and I had a lengthy discussion about obvious mistakes contained in the Bible. Also, there was a link posted to an article that stated the call for jihad in the later part of the Koran was a mistake. Religion does not tell you what to believe.

It gives you the tools to determine what is morally right. Morality is a product of your environment and your upbringing. Due to this, your early exposure to religion has a great impact on the development of your moral compass. This is true even for you although you would probably deny it.

I have previously stated that I am not a fan of organized religion because everyone has a direct link to the Almighty. He speaks to everyone, although in different ways. It is up to you if you choose to listen. If you do choose to listen, your moral compass is mainly a factor of your religious experience. If you choose to ignore Him, then your moral compass is greatly influenced by other entities (maybe natural, maybe not).

You are the only person that has ever stated that America is a Theocracy. This says a lot when one considers you are always 100% wrong. The same-can be said about your invention of the term Republican Jesus. Just because the vast majority of Republicans (even the establishment variety) believe in Jesus, he is not their sole property.

Anonymous said...

Guy

I like your round about way of acknowledging America is not a Theocracy and that Christianity is not exclusively American nor Republican.

Nobody said...

Lib POV Anonymous,

YOU made the following statement: "I invite you and Blogger to the real Christianity where Jesus fed the multitude, healed the sick, drove the money changers from the temple."

I was curious what you meant by "real Christianity." Once again, you totally fail to give an answer that satisfies the question. I think the wiring in your head shorts out. You tend to ramble, tossing out phrases, cliches and copy-and-paste comments that don't have anything to do with the actual topic or inquiry. Funny thing is, I don't think you are aware of your failings. Ignorance is bliss.

I am still curious by what you meant by your above statement. Where do you receive the authority to "invite" others to a "true" version of a religion for which you regularly express such contempt? Where do you receive the information that informs you of the "true" beliefs of that religion? Have somebody explain my request to you.

Finally, I have never claimed that America is, was or should be a theocracy. You are falsely attributing beliefs and opinions to me, you bigot. But I DO claim that the first amendment does NOT do what you claim it does, namely, create a totally secular society where no displays or expressions of religion are allowed outside of the church. If you read the writings of the founding fathers, they constantly spoke and wrote of the importance of faith in society. They never intended for the first amendment to be used to prohibit religion in the general society. It is a very weak philosophy indeed that cannot be exposed to the most innocent displays of faith without experiencing trauma and demanding that such display be immediately torn down and destroyed.

Anonymous said...

Nobody

Where have you gotten the ideal Liberal or anyone suggest you can't personally practice Christianity, Islam or Judaism in public space? You can't legally do so as a public official acting as a representative of government ( teacher, elected official, judge or police officer) You can't legally us public property to suggest government favors your religious believes. You can't legally use public owned PA system or government media ( NPR or NPR ) to favor any religion.

Nobody said...

No response to my questions, goofus? You choose to ignore questions that we all know you are incapable of answering.

guy faulkes said...

There was nothing round about in my views on America being a theocracy. Both Nobody and I made the statement that you are eh only person on the blog to do so. Using the repetitive La La La La La big lie tactics does not work here, Goofus. As I am not a Republican and have said so many times, you are an idiot to make the claim I said anything "round about" as to America not being Republican.

Nobody, Goofus McDuff was a character in the M.A.S.H. books by Joe Hooker that was a liberal who was always wrong. As this sounds like our village idiot, hence the use of Goofus instead of Anonymous.

Nobody said...

Guy,
Thanks, it is even more fitting when one understands the context.

Goofus,

Still waiting for your response to the following inquiries:

Where do you receive the authority to "invite" others to a "true" version of a religion for which you regularly express such contempt?

Where do you receive the information that informs you of the "true" beliefs of that religion?

Blogger said...

Anon 7/6 7:05 AM O K Anon, You Say Jesus healed the sick and fed the multitude. Your Bible Quiz for today: How did Jesus heal the sick and how did he feed the multitude and what were his last instructions to you just before he left regarding how to do the same? Waiting to grade your paper.

Blogger said...

I gave Goofus this Bible Quiz this morning with no response so far. “Anon 7/6 7:05 AM O K Anon, You Say Jesus healed the sick and fed the multitude. Your Bible Quiz for today: How did Jesus heal the sick and how did he feed the multitude and what were his last instructions to you just before he left regarding how to do the same? Waiting to grade your paper.”

Here is the answer I might expect “Everyone knows that Jesus, using the threat of imprisonment, took the money from the successful and fed and healed the less successful with the money. Otherwise, how else could it be done? Stupid question Blogger.”

Anonymous said...

Blogger

I have no way of factually knowing and neither do you. The account of the event where recorded over 200 years later and have been translated into several different languages.

USS Rodger Young said...

ahh, here we have a rather typical answer by a liberal socialist sheep intent on attacking the Bible and Christianity. What you leave out here is the folks who translated the account of the event into what is now the King James version had no disagreement in doing so. In other words, Middle Age Scholars from all over the educated world, as well as the Middle East all agreed upon the content and meaning of Scriptures. When has that happened in history. Prior to liberal sheep erasing any mention of the Bible from public education, this fact was covered in high school World History classes.

And what of the account of the Koran? You don't seem to have any problem with the official account that causes stoning of women to death, violence against non-believers, jihad, and many forms of extremism. How about the evils of Buddism, Hinduism and other religions. No problem with India's caste system and the crushing poverty it mandates for millions. Strange indeed. You are silent on a truly horrendous religion, Islam, yet attack Watauga County Christians, labeling them as oppressive, violent, and somehow dangerous. Which Baptist Church in Watauga County preaches that and where is an example of such violence? This ought to be interesting.....

Stings don't it.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Ben Smithy

Anonymous said...

RY

Do you personally know? Were you an eye witness? What actual facts do you have? Neither the Bible or the Quran are factual documents, they're religious text open for interpretation. 200 years is a long time of oral history before written records to expect accurately documented evidence.

USS Rodger Young said...

Biblical scientists, scholars, and historians have spent thousands of years gathering facts and cross referencing the Greatest Story Ever Told with parallel texts. As other texts have been uncovered, most especially the Dead Sea Scrolls, it's become evident to the non-believers that the Bible, as written, is accurate and factual. Hard to make up a story and then 2000 years later dig up some scrolls that confirm that very story. The Bible is much more factual than anything else from 2000 years ago. Despite the vitriol spent by liberal socialist sheep trying to denigrate Christianity at every turn, Christianity is what this exceptional nation is founded upon. From our coinage (In God We Trust) to placing your hand on the Bible in a court of law, our nation is a Christian nation.

You don't have to accept Christianity my confused friend, but whether or not you do or don't is secondary to the fact that much of what we do here in the United States is rooted in Christianity. Tough pill to swallow I know, but like Trump being YOUR President, you just have to get used to it.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Anonymous said...

Historically, Anonymous is wrong. The first gospel accounts were written within the lifetimes of the disciples, NOT 200 years later. Christ was crucified around 30-33 AD. Mark was most likely written around 70 AD. Additionally, most Bible scholars believe there was a lost source known as 'Q' that was most likely written down in the 40s and 50s, and was used as a common source for the other gospels.

http://www.bc.edu/schools/stm/crossroads/resources/birthofjesus/intro/the_dating_of_thegospels.html

Anonymous said...

The first time the inscription of "In God We Trust" appeared on coins was Nearly 90 years after the Declaration of Independence and on paper currency only 60 years ago. "In God We Trust" first appeared on the Two-cent piece in 1864 and has appeared on paper currency since 1957. A law passed in a Joint Resolution by the 84th Congress (P.L. 84-140) and approved by President Dwight Eisenhower on July 30, 1956, declared "In God We Trust" must appear on American currency."

Sarkazein said...

At the time, was it considered controversial or was it affirming the county's Faith?

Sarkazein said...

I hope this is satire. It's getting harder to tell.

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Blogger said...

Thanks anon 7:42 for the accurate dating of the Bible.

Blogger said...

The anon who thought it was 200 years would have been hilarious if the subject wasn't so serious. First, he dissed us Republicans for not being like Jesus and heal the sick. When asked how Jesus healed, he answered by implying the whole story could be suspect because it wasn't, recorded for 200 years. In other words he wants us to do what Jesus did but then the whole story could be bogus.

Blogger said...

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Anonymous said...

Newsweek Magazine did a well written story on this subject. Here a small section from a much larger story.
"
"No television preacher has ever read the Bible. Neither has any evangelical politician. Neither has the pope. Neither have I. And neither have you. At best, we’ve all read a bad translation—a translation of translations of translations of hand-copied copies of copies of copies of copies, and on and on, hundreds of times.

About 400 years passed between the writing of the first Christian manuscripts and their compilation into the New Testament. (That’s the same amount of time between the arrival of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower and today.) The first books of the Old Testament were written 1,000 years before that. In other words, some 1,500 years passed between the day the first biblical author put stick to clay and when the books that would become the New Testament were chosen. There were no printing presses beforehand or until 1,000 years later. There were no vacuum-sealed technologies to preserve paper for centuries. Dried clay broke, papyrus and parchment crumbled away, primitive inks faded.

Back then, writings from one era could be passed to the next only by copying them by hand. While there were professional scribes whose lives were dedicated to this grueling work, they did not start copying the letters and testaments about Jesus’s time until centuries after they were written. Prior to that, amateurs handled the job."

http://www.newsweek.com/2015/01/02/thats-not-what-bible-says-294018.html

Sarkazein said...

My above comment 9:10 PM should read- "At the time, was it considered controversial or was it affirming this NATION'S Faith?

Nobody said...

Goofus,

Did you or did you not make the following comment on July 6, 7:05 am (copied and pasted)?

"I invite you and Blogger to the real Christianity where Jesus fed the multitude, healed the sick, drove the money changers from the temple."

USS Rodger Young said...

noneymouse coward dug a giant pit and then fell in it. His arguments are so inane they contradict each other. Hard to argue with an idiot of this magnitude.

I see the noney coward didn't want to touch my parallel texts post above. The Dead Sea Scrolls hammered the liberal theory that the Bible was a fairy tale. Duh.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Anonymous said...

Nobody

Nearly 2 Billion citizens around the world believe in Christianity. In America, Evangelicals have hijacked Christianity into a Conservative Authoritarian political movement nearing that of a cult, while rejecting democratic American institutions like courts, science, university study, public education, representative government without gerrymandering and separation of church and state.
Christianity is real even if the Bible is flawed. Christianity I learned as a child was not the mean, harsh, cruelty of what, I'm seeing today in Blogger 's brand..

Nobody said...

Goofus,

Your reply does not answer the question. I asked you if you made the comment that I copied and pasted. That required a simple "yes" or "no." You ramble on and on, saying things that have nothing to do with what I asked. Are you too stupid to understand what I was asking? This is why you are considered to be an idiot here on this blog. That and the fact that you constantly throw out accusations about blogger and conservatives but never give definitive PROOF of what you are saying. Two instances: you accuse blogger of posting "untruths" but never specify WHAT he has posted that is NOT true; you accuse blogger's brand of Christianity as being "mean, harsh and cruel" but do not specify exactly HOW it is cruel -- what specific things does he post that leads you to accuse his beliefs of being "mean, harsh and cruel." You may only use the actual words of blogger himself -- not some other person, another common liberal lie-tactic. "Person A said this so you hate people!"

Did you or did you not make the comment I copied and pasted above? I would love to spend the whole day attempting to educate you, but I'm a conservative so I have to work. Also, you cannot be taught.

guy faulkes said...

Goofus, Blogger and I have discussed everything your Newsweek link said over a period of time. What is your point? You must not have been paying attention.

If you ever achieve a personal relationship with the Almighty, things might become a little more clear to you.

Anonymous said...

Nobody

My very first post on this thread called out Blogger for posting BS right wing nonsense.

Here's my comment.

"Blogger

There is so much BS in your post I don't know where to begin. What are you labeling "PC" ? America is not a Christian Theocracy! America politicians swear to uphold the US Constitution not the Quran or the Bible. You were always free to wish fellow citizens Merry Christmas but you can't as a public official do so on taxpayers PA systems, stationary or as there superior.
You confirm my early comments as to being part of a cult."
July 3, 2017 at 7:13 PM

Anonymous said...

Guy

The point is all religion is theory and one person's theory is as good as the next, just don't try to impose yours on fellow citizens or claim authority based on your claim of superior closeness with God.
Your personal religious beliefs are just that your personal beliefs.

Nobody said...

Goofus,

Where exactly did blogger say, "America should be a theocracy!" He didn't. You are projecting, i.e., taking what you wrongly believe about conservatives and misinterpreting what they ACTUALLY say with what you EXPECT or WANT them to say (again, based on your "wrongness" and stupidity). Blogger never stated America should be or is a theocracy, so your statement, "America is not a Christian Theocracy!" is just stupid.

Saying that we are hearing "Merry Christmas" in the mall again, instead of the rampant, PC "Happy Holidays" is, again, a private sector example, not governmental.

Congresspersons have taken their oaths of office on Bibles for centuries. Presidents have taken their oaths of office on Bibles (Obama, in his first inauguration used two, and used the Lincoln Bible in his second). The Supreme Court begins every session with a prayer. The founding fathers never anticipated that Americans such as yourself would be such weak-minded, feeble idiots that the simple exposure to religion would send you into hysterics.

You STILL have not answered the simple question -- Did you or did you not make the comment I copied and pasted? Are you afraid of your own answer? Let me make this easier for you. The question requires only one of two possible answers:

A) Yes, I did make that comment, or
B) No, I did not make that comment. It must have been another anonymous.

You can just type 'A' or 'B' if you like. (Psst. We all know it was you. We just can't understand your refusal to admit it.)

USS Rodger Young said...

noneymouse coward,

We are waiting for you to answer Nobody's post. What are you waiting on?

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young