For the Donald Trump rally at Costa Mesa California, it’s just as important to watch and report on violent protesters as it is to report what happens inside. That’s because what happens outside gives validation to liberals that Trump is doing something wrong, and represents the wrong ideas.
The idea of universal human rights sounds nice, until one gets to the heart of the matter - that it depends on historical context. Then it falls apart. While many would like for rights to spread across the world, like something out of a zombie movie, this rarely happens.
Eugenics: harmony in the tree of life and death; this what society apart from God looks like - it depends on the survival of the fittest. But in the case of proponents of eugenics, who were influential in the early 20th century, people like Margaret Sanger, attempted to help the process along by suppressing the right to procreate for those who are deemed less fit, including blacks in the U.S.
One can count the number of pro-life members of blacks in congress with either hand. The figure is actually probably one or two. Since the black legislators are Democrats, it seems they must hold the party line and support an organization like Planned Parenthood.
Disciple-making is an important aspect of the Bible, since Jesus commanded people to follow him. And Christians are known for being followers or disciples of Jesus. But the word disciple-making becomes a problem when teachers like Jeff Vanderstelt claim that disciple-making was not exclusive to the New Testament, but occurred in the Old Testament as well.
As though to demonstrate the reality of intolerance in public life, commenters on the IMDB forum web site and elsewhere attack Christians for simply claiming that they are being discriminated against, like the movie, God’s Not Dead 2, describes.
It's amazing that a films as innocent as God's Not Dead and God's Not Dead2 generate such animosity toward the film and the message of both films. But that's the case. One such column, by Sam Reisman, on mediaite.com, is an example of the general lack of tolerance.
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