• You Might Not Be a Real Christian, Says Self-Appointed Judge of Christianity


    God knows American Evangelical Christians have a lot on their plates these days, what with their busy schedule of being intolerant of gays, intolerant of Muslims, intolerant of liberals and intolerant of environmentalists.

    So that's why it really warms my heart to see real Christians — like Dave Welsh, of WorldNetDaily — taking the time out of their busy schedules to be intolerant of their fellow Christians

    One of the most massive and widespread occurrences of identity theft has happened, and it is not even attracting the attention of local, state or national leaders… The "victim" is biblical Christianity, and the operatives of this fraud are millions of Americans, both clergy and laity, who are walking around using that identity with no right to do so.

    The consequences are a nation without the spiritual, moral, social and political anchor that held us firm through over 400 years of tempests and storms.

    I'm not even going to touch upon Christ-tinted misremembering of U.S. history or that obstinantly annoying First Amendment. I'd just like to argue, as a former Catholic, that we all have the right to practice Christianity as our conscience dictates…

    Many will insist that we all have the right to practice Christianity as our conscience dictates. Wrong.

    Oh. I stand corrected…

    We have the privilege of living out a faith based on absolute truth as given to us by the Author and Finisher of that faith without error or omission in His written word. If we want to invent our own religion, we are "free" to do so, "free" to reap the consequences and "free" to call it anything we want…

    What if I want to call it Christianity?

    …anything we want — but Christianity.

    Damn! He got me again. Looks like Dave Welsh has got all his bases covered. I guess he wins the argument.

    This must come as a blow to all those people who are just dying for the privilege of getting to self-identify with such a cool guy.


    Tags: Bill of Rights, Christianity, Religion, WorldNetDaily

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