Saturday, July 12, 2014

The "RIGHT" To Ban God

They will not hesitate to step on a young man's faith.  So much for the notion of self-fulfillment.  Yet, the issue isn't about this young man and his faith, it's about an ever growing attitude and effort to eject God from every facet of life by the unbelieving world.  My next statement may shock some of you: both societies and those individuals that collectively comprise any particular society have the "right" to outlaw or reject God.  This premise is the bedrock of Rightful Liberty.  It is the essence of inalienable rights. 

But, as we learn from life, choices/decisions all have consequences.

Even the Apostle Paul stated that, "All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not."(ICorinthians10:23).  Simply put, he said that even though he had the right of choice, not everything in the list of choices was beneficial for him.  Choosing to kick our Creator and Benefactor in the seat of the pants and send Him packing has not been the wisest choice of tptb.  It has, in fact, proven to be the singular, absolute worst choice.   Since this topic centers around school, take the time to look at the public school system's decline since the Supreme Court decision to kick God from the classroom in 1962.  'nuf said.

Know this: as man distances himself from God, his inborn nature develops into a vicious, full grown immoral beast.  As a society distances itself from God, it becomes tyrannical and eventually seeks to devour it's own people. 

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