[The gay] agenda includes
… redefining the family to represent “any circle of people who love each other.”
- James Dobson
Liberals are always mocking Christians
Hyperbolic straw-man, I already take nothing you say seriously.
and calling us fake Christians
Non-sequitur: use of the word “us” has no reference point.
because we allegedly don’t care about the poor.
Combination non-sequitur (still don’t know who the “we” is) and straw-man (because we don’t know who the allegation is being made by.)
Liberals believes a true Christian should believe in socialism
Setting up a straw-man.
because in their eyes Jesus was a socialist.
Begging the question.
Now, what I find funny is: Liberals appeal to Christians principles
like giving to the poor when they want to push their liberal agenda,
poisoning the well
but they become enraged when Christians try to push other Christian principles like pro-life and traditional marriage laws.
“…principals like pro-life.” Son, can you read? Do you know the difference between an adjective and a noun? Because if you can’t clearly articulate your point, why should I think you clearly thought it through?
Furthermore, Christian principals like hetero-normative marriage only applies to Christians.
They say, “helping the poor is a public matter, abortion and marriage are private matters”.
So many grammatical errors!
What liberals fail to realize is:
Christianity is about surrendering your entire life to Jesus, public and private matters included.
Yeah, well, you know it isn’t the government’s fucking job to push Christianity on people, right? Our laws are founded on principals of reason and enlightenment, not on some backward bronze-aged childish superstition about magic ghosts who live in the clouds.
The way you talk, behave and think.
This is not a sentence. Why should I take you seriously?
Liberals claim that Christians pick and choose, but liberals don’t realize they do it themselves.
Pick and choose what? Morality? First off, this is just another in a never-ending stream of straw-man arguments you’ve made. Second, there’s nothing wrong with picking and choosing your morality. Somethings are obviously morally objective, but other things aren’t.
Before you point the finger, make sure your hands are clean.
This is not a saying and it doesn’t make sense.
This reminds me of the time when Obama was at the prayer breakfast and used holy scriptures to support his ideals.
Right, how opportunistic of a president to do that. Only Obama has ever done that, right? And how inappropriate of the president to talk about his view of the Bible at a prayer breakfast, right?
Liberals loved the Bible then and didn’t complain. However if Bush used scripture to support his ideals, Liberals would be crying in the streets that Bush was forcing religion down their throats.
Uh, good thing Bush never did that? Dumbass.
I love poking fun at liberal hypocrisy.
Well, you’re really shitty at it, maybe you need some practice. Here’s some advice for you.
Fundamentalist Christian sister-in-law and her family are coming here tomorrow for the 4th of July. She’s… angry… with me and thinks I’m possessed by the devil or some such nonsense, so I felt the need to prepare my son this morning for any potential issues.
Me: Hey Alex? Pretend I’m someone else for a minute, k? I’m going to ask you some questions.
My son: Okay!
Me: Do you pray?
My son: Do I play what?
Me: No, do you pray? Do you talk to god?
My son: No… do you talk to god?
Me: Of course I talk to god! I talk to god every day.
My son: What do you talk about?
Me: HA! That was awesome. Okay, do you believe in Jesus?
My son: Mmmm… not really.
Me: Why don’t you believe in Jesus? Didn’t your mom tell you about Jesus?
My son: Oh! Sure, she told me about him. He’s a character in the Bible.
Me: He is in the Bible! And you know you have to believe in him to go to heaven, right?
My son: How do you know heaven is real?
Me: Because it’s in the Bible, of course.
My son: How do you know the Bible is true?
Me: Because it is God’s word.
My son: How do you know it’s God’s word?
Me (grinning): Okay, I’m me again. You know what kid? You deserve a massive high five.
My son: I know.
Questions, people. We don’t need to know or have all the answers… we just need to be able to ask questions. ~JJ
In which a 7-year-old schools the majority of Americans on simple logical fallacies.
not only is this grossly slut-shame-y and heteronormative, but it’s so insulting to the people who have lost their homes and the lives that were taken. Focus on the Family can’t get much lower in my book. This is so disgusting. Though it is interesting that CitizenLink deleted the original article…
And I wish that this article had actually done more to counter the ridiculous statements made, with more sources and facts, instead of gifs and jokes.
That’s what happens to a perfectly good human brain when it’s taught from childhood that the Bible is actually real.