There are some who insist that America is still a “Christian” nation, but the facts all indicate that the US supports all things sodom before anything Christian and will seek to defend it as well. A recent statement by New York City Mayor DeBlazio as reported by the New York Post emphasized this point after DeBlazio said that he called a Christian charity to make sure they will not ‘discriminate’ against sodomites because of their religion.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he has been “assured” the evangelical Christian charity overseeing the makeshift Central Park hospital will not discriminate against patients.
Hizzoner acknowledged that he found it “very troubling” when he first learned that Samaritan’s Purse — a charity run by Franklin Graham, who has raged about “the sins of homosexuality” — wanted to open a pop-up hospital in the park to help handle the city’s deluge of coronavirus patients.
“I said immediately to my team that we had to find out exactly what was happening,” de Blasio said. “Was there going to be an approach that was truly consistent with the values and the laws in New York City, that everyone would be served and served equally?
“We’ve received those assurances from the organization,” the mayor said. (source)
For those who ask if this is a legitimate question asked with good intentions, just substitute another group.
Would it be considered “acceptable” if he asked this of Moslems?
Would it be considered “acceptable” if he asked this of Jews? Especially of the Hasidics or the infamous Satmar group who is known to discriminate violently against non-Jews?
If it is not OK for them, why is it that Christians must be targeted?
The issue here is not simply a difference of religion, but standards. Christians find themselves increasingly discriminated against on the basis of religion, and the force of government is not in their favor. While many may still identify with some form of Christianity, the fact is that when one stands for Christian principles, it tends to make one more isolated than ever before in American history and is working its way towards legalized persecution.
It does not matter how much social good one does, because this is not the point. Rather, it is that the philosophy of the society itself is against Christians, having not being pagan and going to embrace it, but rejecting it after.
This does not mean that Christians should stop helping people. Rather, it means that Christians need to prepare for the future and one that involves persecution in their own lands, for it is already here, but just is yet to take full form as it does in other nations.