Atheist Crusader-phobe speaks at Unitarian Church

In a post from yesterday about the rise of modern day Crusaders in the U.S. Military, we referred to the founder of a group that seeks to remove Christianity from the military. Mikey Weinstein, of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), seems to be willing to fight tooth and nail against Christianity to the point of accusing fundamentalist Christians of having Islamophobia.

Mikey Weinstein: Crusader-phobe?

Mikey Weinstein: Crusader-phobe?

One of Weinstein’s arguments is that the U.S. Constitution should trump the Bible. Earlier this year, this atheist was invited to speak from the pulpit of All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, OK. Unitarian? Do you know what other religion is unitarian? That would be Islam.

Check out all of the definitions for Unitarian, to include an advocacy for rejection of the Holy Trinity and support for big government.

To show how non-Christian such churches are, check out the applause Weinstein got when he advocated placing the Constitution above the Bible.

Weinstein is essentially a modern day incarnation of Madeline Murray O’Hair with a bit more nuance. He wants you to believe that he’s not anti-Christian while working tirelessly to have it increasingly marginalized. However, in an attempt to show how tolerant of Christians he is, posting a speech he gave at a Unitarian church only shows him pandering to non-Christians masquerading as believers. You really have to dig to find the word “Jesus” on their website. Once you do, what you find should make you a Unitarian-phobe.

Here is an excerpt from their “What We Believe” page:

Unitarian Universalists believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion. There is no creed with which you must agree. Religious insight may come from a book, a person, or an institution, but religious authority does not. Religious authority comes from within ourselves. Religious insights are tested in our individual hearts and minds. Ours is a free faith.

All Souls "Pastor" (note the far left "Peace" sign he's proudly displaying.

All Souls “Pastor” (note the far left “Peace” sign he’s proudly displaying.

All Souls’ deceit really should be obvious. Sunday services, worship music, a church, a pastor. All of that is proudly displayed. They just want to get you in the door. They don’t want to headline that they’re anti-Christian. That’s got to be buried in another page on their website:

It is a liberal religion born of Jewish and Christian traditions, but religious wisdom is ever changing. Human understanding of life and death, the world and its mysteries, is never final. People should think for themselves. We differ in opinions and lifestyles, and those differences generally should be honored. Everyone has worth. Ethical living is the supreme witness of religion. Our relationships with one another, with diverse peoples, races, and nations, should be governed by justice, equity, and compassion. {emphasis ours}

It’s obvious that in posting the aforementioned video, Weinstein is attempting to portray himself as a tolerant atheist who is welcomed by a Christian church. To the casual observer, that attempt may be successful but do not be deceived. He is an intolerant atheist who spoke in a godless, Unitarian, atheist, heretical, and anti-Christian church, which is why he was so warmly received.

Yes, in addition to being Islamophobic, we’re also Unitarian-phobic. In many ways, those two things are synonymous.


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