Intolerance of Christianity Should Not Be the Norm

You know, in today’s world, we Christians are being asked to tolerate a lot of different lifestyles that we know are morally wrong. In other words, they are sin…homosexuality, pre-marital sex, living together, cursing left and right in public places as well as online on social media. The list goes on and on. Yet, when we simply request that others respect our beliefs, we are told that we are believing in “fairy tales” because we believe in the Word of God. Here is the latest article by Dr. Denison. I am a far right conservative, so I must say that I have little or no use for Chuck Todd and his ilk of intolerant, unknowledgeable people. But his latest attack goes beyond what his job description should be as a “newscaster.” Note that I put that word into quotations because I do not believe that he reports the news; rather, he does op eds, reporting his opinions as news. Nevertheless, the intolerance of Christians has become far-reaching and millions are being persecuted. We need to be aware and know that this is happening so that we can speak out against the intolearnce of the left.

https://www.denisonforum.org/columns/daily-article/nbc-anchor-endorses-letter-denigrating-those-who-believe-in-fairy-tales-such-as-noahs-ark-what-persecution-teaches-us-about-our-faith/

Blessings to each of you for a New Year filled with God’s peace, love and the tolerance that we need to accept and love those who do not accept and love us!

4 thoughts on “Intolerance of Christianity Should Not Be the Norm

  1. Thank you for sharing the article. The persecution of Christians is sadly becoming a norm. I see it as a sign that the enemy is threatened. Persecution is waking up some local churches. I can’t wait for the Church to stand up for the truth and not bow to persecution.

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  2. “If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you” (John 15:18-19).

    It’s rotten, but the world has hated us and will hate us. We just have to keep looking up!!! God’s got us, and He’s SO good. ❤

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  3. Actually, in line with the Scripture verse noted above by bellesmoma16, intolerance of Christianity not only should be the norm, but we should expect more and more of it. Only at the return of Christ will the world be made right. In the meantime, we forge on.

    Have a blessed 2020, Vickie.

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