It is more than fear. It is more than uncertainty. It is even more than mere misinformation. The Coronavirus has some people making suicide runs with religious fervor such as we have not seen since Jim Jones and his poison-spiked Kool-Aid.
To be fair, perhaps Jeff Sessions did not mean to act against years of religious liberty and separation of church and state. Perhaps, they felt cornered, or even pressed by the media, or as Christians serving in higher office to defend their own faith because of what people were saying about their current immigration policy, but as gracious as I can be about the motivations of their actions, I cannot excuse the great danger in which they have placed all of America.
October 31st is not only Halloween but is it Reformation Day – the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg.
I saw it as soon as we walked out of the store from our back-to-school shopping; a big red pickup with a big Confederate Flag flying from the back. Immediately, I felt uncomfortable and wished that I wasn’t parked so close to it.
So much time, effort money and talent is wasted attacking enemies whom God actually loves and whom He longs to redeem. Jesus died for sinners, even sinners who hate you because they hated Him first.
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