URGENT WARNING: NYT Writer: Christians ‘Must Be Made’ to Embrace Gay Lifestyle
Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. And wherefore slew he him? Because his own works were evil, and his brother’s righteous. Marvel not, my brethren, if the world hate you.
In the space of about a decade, I warned about the Hard Left Fascist/reprobates and how much they hate us. I compared their hatred to that of the Nazis for the Jews. The articles proves exactly what I was saying. This article was not written by some kook for an unknown tabloid, but rather as an Op-Ed columnist for the New York Times.
The New York Times is still the “flag-ship” for the Hard Left and leads the way in their thinking. This is a clear message of WAR against Bible believing Christians.
The author’s thinking is not isolated, but many who think like him now leading the military and many are chief of police agencies. There are many judges and governors who think like this. They loath us and now they are at the point of planning to destroy us.
This is the leading Hard Left news outlet calling for forced “reeducation” of those that believe in the authority of the Bible. This is right out of Stalin and Mao’s handbook. They are telling us what they plan to do. I have no doubt that Obama is one of them.
Once again, this is not an isolated kook, but a columnist for the New York Times, He freely writes this and it is published!
America is now at critical mass with the reprobates. They see us as the only obstacle in the way of freely living in their sin.
Watch now for more and more writers saying things like this. The violence and bloodshed is now very close. The America that we knew is just a memory as God has turned us over to reprobates for judgment.
Please do not think this is just a phase that will go away. The reprobates hate us because we represent God and they hate him.
I pray every Tuesday and Thursday on my radio show for repentance and an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. You are welcome to join.
“Bruni’s solution to the impasse is not some sort of goodwill compromise or a treaty of mutual respect, but a take-no-prisoners ultimatum to Christians to abandon their beliefs or else. When Bruni says that Christians’ understanding of sexual morality is “a choice,” what he means is that there is a way out without completely losing face: just embrace the new morality preached by mainstream liberal churches that see nothing wrong with any sexual arrangement you are comfortable with. Then we will accept you.
Bruni takes it upon himself to explain how the Bible can be interpreted to read that God is really fine with sodomy and that all that antiquated stuff against adultery, fornication, and “men lying with other men” is a quaint vestige of an archaic worldview that went out definitively with Freud.
The scary part about Bruni’s essay is not his awkward attempt at playing the biblical scholar, but the undertone of evident disdain for Christians and his proposal that those who resist should be forcibly reeducated.
In Christians’ refusal to bend with the times, Bruni sees not faithfulness to God but willful obstinacy that must be broken.
“So our debate about religious freedom should include a conversation about freeing religions and religious people from prejudices that they needn’t cling to and can indeed jettison, much as they’ve jettisoned other aspects of their faith’s history, rightly bowing to the enlightenments of modernity,” Bruni writes.
But what if Christians don’t want to change? What if they don’t want to “bow to the enlightenments of modernity”? What if they are convinced that the modern worldview is not necessarily the most enlightened path when it comes to the ultimate meaning of life and death, time and eternity?
“Religion,” writes Bruni, “is going to be the final holdout and most stubborn refuge for homophobia. It will give license to discrimination.”
And thus it must be stamped out.
Bruni cites fellow gay activist Mitchell Gold, founder of the advocacy group Faith in America, as saying that church leaders must be made to take homosexuality off the sin list. “His commandment is worthy — and warranted,” writes Bruni.
So now government should be dictating belief to churches and enforcing theological orthodoxy? Now politicians and courts will be telling Christians what they are allowed to consider as sinful? Isn’t this what America was founded to escape from?
People are already talking about forcing churches to perform same-sex weddings, whether they like it or not, or get out of the marriage business. Christians founded America and yet now the minority gay lobby is trying to tell them they are personae non gratae and their beliefs are no longer welcome.”
To see the full article by Bruni go to: Bigotry, the Bible and the Lessons of Indiana 04/03/15
Revelation 16:6 For they have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and thou hast given them blood to drink; for they are worthy. (7) And I heard another out of the altar say, Even so, Lord God Almighty, true and righteous are thy judgments.