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Friday, December 05, 2003

The really sad thing is the bias against Christianity in the Christian churches, manifested by hatred of the creeds, traditional liturgy, the doctrines of the person and work of Christ, hatred of precision in the doctrine of the Triune God, hatred of the doctrine of the inerrancy of Scripture, animosity toward the Law of God, the ordination of women and sodomites, and hatred of other defining doctrines of Scripture. The enemies are within the gates, and persecution of Christians often comes from the church itself. Maybe it will take persecution to save us.

David Limbaugh: The 'offensiveness' of Christianity: "Of course, it's not the case. There is an intrinsic bias in our popular culture against Christianity, and it's getting worse. The only thing that isn't clear to me is whether the liberal secularists who deny it are oblivious to the discrimination or are being deceitful. I actually think there is some of both."
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