Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Religion, madness and secular paranoia

You MUST read this column.

"Religion, Madness and Secular Paranoia"

It is about the flood of anti-Christian books and media efforts to squash public expressions of Christianity?

Why would people find "loving your neighbor," being charitable, respecting the sanctity of life, and other tenets of the Christian faith to be so objectionable? Why would Christians be compared to radical Islamists who are blowing up cars and killing children?

The columnist thinks it may be that the secular left battles that tiny corner in their brains that fears that we may be right about God, and if we ARE right, then they are REALLY going to lose in the end.


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