Never use a bomb when a knife will do.
These days, it takes no courage to side with the crowd against the Bible. It takes courage to side with the Bible against the crowd.
Race hustlers such as Al Sharpton say not enough blacks were nominated for an Oscar this year. Apparently we now must do head counts. Shall we simply have quotas for the Academy Awards? If so, I hope Christians will get their share.
Duke University, in its latest effort to promote diversity, has announced that it will allow the Muslim call to prayer to sound from the campus chapel every Friday. Fine, but let’s stop calling it a chapel. And let’s be honest: The Islamists smell our fear and decadence.
Update: Duke has backed down (http://www.wncn.com/story/27857809/duke-university-to-hold-weekly-muslim-prayer-service).
Muslims say they are offended by depictions of Muhammad. Fine. I understand that. Christians, too, have been plenty offended by depictions of Christ. But that’s the price we pay to live in a free society. If Muslims wish to continue doing so, may I suggest that they learn to live with being offended?
I’ll tell you another thing that offends me–seeing people slaughtered for expressing their opinions.
Why wasn’t Barack Obama in Paris? That’s easy–because taking a stand against Islamic terror has never been a priority. Now if the victims had been “unarmed black teenagers” instead of journalists, police officers, and French Jews, he would have been there, marching with a megaphone.
By Pastor David C. Kenney
1. The Bible is so big.
2. The Bible is so boring.
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