I love to share my faith with non-believers and seekers alike, who have questions about the Christian faith, what we believe and why we believe it. In light of the postmodern perspective that many people adhere to these day, I would like to give a biblical perspective as a contrast to those who say that there is no absolute truth. I believe that the truth can be found in God's word the Bible. http://media4lifeministries.com
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
"Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death."
South Park on Comedy Central mock Jesus Christ in some of their episodes, no one hardly protested, the producers of South Park had planned to air a show depicting the Prophet Muhammad, after much outrage from the Muslim community, the producers of South Park and Comedy Central gave into the pressure, editing the show and airing a censored version instead. Still the radical group "Revolution Muslim" threatened to kill the producers of South Park Matt Stone and Trey Parker. "Revolution Muslim" is a New York based radical Islamic organization. My question is: why do we as Americans do just about anything not to offend Muslims, but have no problems with either the Media or Anti-Christians mocking Jesus Christ and the Christian faith? Are we a country that is living in fear? Are we afraid to stand up against these radicals and say enough is enough, in this country we have free speech? If you don't like it here go home. We don't need these kind of radical threatening people in our country. Americans are suppose to be free. Many have died for our freedom. Have they all died in vain? Are we just stand by as these radical groups try to undermine our society? What would our founding fathers say if they could speak out today?
"Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death." Patrick Henry, March 23, 1775.