Originally Posted by Glock36shooter
CAN CHRISTIANS BE GOOD AMERICANS?
Theologically - no.. Because his allegiance is to Jesus, son of Yahweh ..
Religiously - no... Because no other religion is accepted by His Jesus except Christianity. John (14:6)
Scripturally - no... Because his allegiance is to Christ, Yahweh, and the Holy Spirit.
Geographically - no.. Because his allegiance is to Heaven , to which he turns in prayer.
Socially - no... Because his allegiance to his church that teaches him to judge even other Christians who do not believe as he does.
Politically - no.... Because he must attempt to legislate his religion as the law of the land and doesn't understand that America is made up of multiple beliefs and lack thereof.
Domestically - no... Because he is taught to not treat his woman as an equal. That she is to see him as the representation of God in the home. She is expected to obey her husband.
Intellectually - no.. Because he cannot accept the American Constitution since it is based in deist principles and America is in no way founded under the Christian faith.
Philosophically - no.. because Christianity does not allow the belief in any God other than their own. America being a country that is accepting of all religions and all beliefs is distasteful to Christians. The very spirit of America as a great melting pot runs counter to Christian dogma.
Spiritually - no... Because when we declare 'one nation under God, it is meant as the deist God or "Creator" which could be anyone's God however the Christian has attempted to rewrite history to mean it to be Jesus.
They obviously cannot be both 'good' Christians and 'good' Americans. The more who understand this, the better it will be for our country and our future. The religious war is bigger than we know or understand!
Footnote: The Christians want to legislate the entire bible. SO FREEDOM IS NOT FREE.
I would only ddisagree with the "Spiritually" part as the "Under god" is in fact the Christian God and was put there in the 50's during a wave of anti-Communism ferver. It should be removed from the pledge, as I should not have to recognize someone elses god to pledge allegience to this nation.