Leftist Hostility Toward A Christian America

I am a Christian. I believe the Bible is literally the word of God divined to man (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Found in the word is wisdom, hope and sound instruction (Psalm 119:105). And for those who remain steadfast to these principles, eternal life awaits.

These profound beliefs have withstood my life’s greatest tests to form an iron-clad compass which guide my world-view.

There is no ‘me’ separate from my religious conviction. In good times and bad, I can call upon a lifetime of faith and prayer: this never fails nor abandons me (Matthew 7:24).

However, in an increasingly secularized America, contempt toward Christianity has risen. Where once all religious individuals could openly worship regardless of creed, meted censorship now exclusively places Christian thought among out-group status. Believers in Christ, and only those believers, are publicly bullied into keeping their religious views private.

Hypocritically, though, our nation’s free-speech institutes uphold all other forms of spiritual and personal expression.

Naturally, if Biblical takes on hot-button issues do seep into public conversation they are immediately shunned.

And trite slurs such as bigot and racist await any Christian who disagrees with adherents of today’s foremost secular talking points.

This religious persecution has become so pervasive, noted evangelical Franklin Graham shared these prophetic words with Fox and Friends:

“I believe we’re going to see persecution in this country… We’ve already seen many laws that have been passed that restrict our freedom as Christians. I believe it’s going to get worse, and we see no question gaining influence in Washington by those that represent the Islamic faith. We do have a problem in this country and we are losing our religious freedom and we’re losing it a little bit day by day.”

Mr. Graham’s quote was made in 2015.

Since, the vice-like censorship squeezing Christian dogma has become much tighter. Subsequently, the number of former believers who now embrace atheism, an overwhelming millennial trend, flourish. In 2014, only 63 percent of Americans declared God ‘absolutely exists’, down seven points from 2007, per Pew Research.

And it is many of these newly non-religious who most ardently seek to erase two-thousand plus years of Christianity. Of course, other prominent Christ-deniers include social-media outlets, social-justice warriors, and big-media.

The secular machine has persistently swayed millions onto its side. In light of this onslaught, the nation’s highest courts also routinely discriminate against Christian values.

Such examples include, but certainly aren’t limited to, the dismissal of Atlanta Fire Chief Kevin Cochran for self-publishing a Christian manual. Or the court-martialing of Marine Monifa Sterling, who refused to remove an inspirational Bible verse from her computer. Or, more famously, the landmark Supreme Court ruling against Texas’ abortion restrictions.

However, each day American Christians face public condemnation for even simpler acts. In some areas it’s illegal to hand someone a Bible. In many primary schools, God’s name is banned completely, as are scholarly references to this countries’ Christian heritage.

It’s no wonder our secondary educational institutes shrink conservative-Christian student activities and curriculum.

And as these United States creep ever-closer toward socialism, the war against Christianity will only intensify. Progressives want total obedience to state. Anything less becomes a punishable offense.

Though, the apostle foresaw this day millennia in advance when stating “Do not be surprised, brothers, that the world hates you.”

Or that the msm will praise Antifa for physically assaulting you under reprehensible pretenses.

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