‘Well, Then, Should I Just Change My Value System?’ (2014)

Bell Mountain (Bell Mountain, 1) by [Lee Duigon]

We never have to wait very long for this to come up–attacks on Christianity by worldly folks who think they know better than the Bible. So I re-run this post every now and then.

Well, Then, Should I Just Change My Value System?

The damnedest thing is that they actually do think they can get us to give up our Christian faith, as if pleasing them were more important than pleasing God. And they think they’re tempting us by offering us STDs, atheism, race riots, an all-devouring government, and all the rest of their Far Left Crazy menu–and those are just the goodies.

God protect us.

 

‘Well, Then, Should I Just Change My Value System?’ (2014)

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Remember this? A guy who said he’d Never buy my books because he doesn’t want his kids exposed to my horrible value system.

He never told me what his value system was, but I can guess.

Well, Then, Should I Just Change My Value System?

I always have trouble wrapping my mind around the fact that in historically Christian countries–like the U.S. Canada, and Britain–there are people, born and raised in this country, who hate Christianity and embrace, with open eyes, alien moral standards dreamed up by crackpots and villains.

They can also look at Venezuela and still say, with a straight face, “Socialism works!”