Originally Posted by liveson777
i was actually worried how this would affect just some person on the fence who stopped by to see this thread then did some research about the author but its just an athiest thing so i really am not worried about it just putting this here incase someone does... totally bias author
and most points are just myths
well, i'm sorry you feel that way. but facts aren't myths. you can look up all the data, and you can find a lot more people than just one person talking about this. This isn't just an atheist *****ing, whether you were refering to me as author of this thread or Michelle Goldberg of Kingdom Coming. I know it's difficult for many believers to understand, but there are huge movements from people within your faith who truly are attempting to destroy Secular America and replace it with a completely Christian Nation.
the fact is that there are millions of kids being homeschooled by these people, who are actually teaching them that he earth is 6,000 years old, condoms don't work, and that the founding fathers intended to have a christian nation but "leftists" from the start ruined everything.
I'm sorry you feel the way you do, especially since you haven't read the book, you don't know how non-anti-Christianity the book was. She never once attacks Christianity, or any religion; instead, she only focuses on the very real movement by the Evangelical comunity to overthrow the government. you can't make up quotes that are true, and when the author of the book provides dozens of websties where you can find these people making such claims, your claim of "myth" doesn't hold up.
This is a very real, very dangerous situation that nobody is talking about because everyone is affraid of "offending" Christians. Christians--the Evangelicals referenced in the book--are hardly concerned with offending anyone. Double standards lead to complacency and the exact situation we face right now!
"just dont want people to not be mislead and think that wat u are reffering to is christanity becoz its not"
you are correct, and that's why i always quantify what i say. This isn't a Christian movement, it's a movement by the Evangelical community, in league with greedy "conservative" politicians to remake this country in the image of Biblical law. To me, all religion is dangerous, but it is true that not all of any group of people speak for the rest, but in this case, there is just no way to sepparate the religion from the politics because they are one and the same. This is a problem of Christian fundamentalism and fanaticism attempting to, and in may cases, succeeding, in taking over America!