Quick thought: I heard a preacher this morning say that “In God We Trust” is printed on all our money, and that must really tick God off.
I’ve wondered before how much longer that was going to last. In all honesty I can’t believe our printed bills and minted coins still I have that on them. Some ridiculous things have occurred in the name of separation of church and state. We don’t live in a theocracy, but in a free country, and I understand that well. Michael Spencer said that mixing church and state is kind of like mixing dog crap with ice cream; you can’t make the crap any better but it sure does ruin your ice cream!
What do you think: Is it to our credit that our money bears “In God We Trust” or is it just a lie? Remember, this is our money we’re talking about. We know what Americans really trust.
I read an e-mail just moments ago that started with these words: “A Christian Nation cannot put up a Christmas scene of the baby Jesus in a public place, but the Muslims can stop normal traffic every Friday afternoon by worshiping in the streets.” After a couple more paragraphs, several images are shown of Muslims bowing to pray on Madison Ave. in New York. I’m trying hard to ignore certain things so that I can focus on having a coherent point and not go off on some tangent rant. Such as pointing out there is no such thing as “normal traffic” in New York City. The Muslims haven’t stopped traffic from moving; New Yorkers did that back in the 70’s.
Where is this so-called Christian Nation? Because we don’t live in one. Continue reading
American Christians are just not exactly the same as “Christians.” That’s a sweeping generalization that I know is not true in some cases. There are plenty of exceptions I’m sure. But by in large, Christianity in America is light-years away from the first century church described in the New Testament. Continue reading