Get Off The Cross, Someone Else Needs The Wood
Lookout, Jeebus! The goalpost looks like a crucifix!
So what has the Theocrats panties in a twist today? Could it be, oh, I dunno… FREEDOM?
And for those of you who don’t want to click the link in the vid, here’s the text of their declaration:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. Since our Creator gave us these rights, we declare that no government has the right to take them away. Among these rights is the right to exercise our Christian beliefs as put forth in God’s Holy Bible.
We therefore declare that God grants life at conception and no one has the right to take that life unless it is a direct threat to the life of the mother.
Marriage was instituted by God between one man and one woman. The Lord gave only this family unit the responsibility to have children and raise them in the fear of the Lord.
We therefore respectfully reserve the right to refuse any mandate by the government that forces us to fund or support abortion. We also oppose same-sex marriage, polygamy, bestiality, and all other forms of sexual perversion prohibited by Holy Scripture.
We proclaim that Jesus has provided the cure for all sin and therefore reach out to the sinner in love, but do not embrace the sin, knowing its destructive nature.
Therefore, we, the undersigned—not only as Christians but also believing we have the constitutional rights as Americans to follow these time honored Christian beliefs—commit to conducting our churches, ministries, businesses, and personal lives in accordance with our Christian faith and choose to obey God rather than man.
It’s really brave of them the signers to vow to “refuse any mandate by the government that forces us to fund or support abortion” and to “oppose same-sex marriage, polygamy, bestiality, and all other forms of sexual perversion prohibited by Holy Scripture,” considering that there is no mandate that would force them to do any of these things.
And the breath-taking irony is in the next breath they declare that they have the right to force their beliefs on everyone else. There’s something about that wall separating church and state that they never understand: it protects the religious as well as the secular. They don’t need another stupid declaration, we already got them covered.
Oh, in case anyone is wondering who Andrew Wommack is, he runs a Bible College in Colorado, and one could consider him to be the employer of Xristian Xrazie constitutional scholar and historical fabulist David Barton.