[quote author=“TheChampion”]Let me ask you, what has the Christian right not done?
They have not stopped trying to turn the world into hell on earth for homosexuals or anyone else who doesn’t agree with their world view.
[quote author=“TheChampion”]Generally, who is out there doing good works? Few people go out of their way to do good works. But Christians are commanded to do so. Who’s out there manning the Salvation Army depots, the Good Wills, the Soup Kitchens, etc. Who’s out there in Africa sweating and freely risking everything to educate and help the downtrodden? Who’s criss crossing South America in old trucks laden down with cloths, rice, food stocks, etc, for the poverty stricken in the 3rd world? Who are all these Priests and Nuns in India and poverty stricken areas of the far east, the middle east, Africa, Eurasia, the 3rd world, and yes….poverty stricken zones within the major cities of the USA? Who are the people doing these things?
Well, not all of them are Christians, but I would say that the vast majority are.
The question is, when are you non believers going to start getting in on the action? You’ve got a tiny fraction out there doing good works and the rest of you send checks. Hey, thanks for the checks, God can’t cash out of state checks in heaven. He needs you…..
I don’t know what proportion are christians, either. Perhaps you should scrounge up some evidence before you start patting yourself on the back and throwing stones. People who do those things deserve gratitude for their actions. But I’ve known a lot of christians and very few of them do much more than send checks.
But I don’t see how that mitigates other horrendous behavior. Why do they feel like they have the right to take god’s vengeance into their own hands.