http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-god-didnt-stop-ct-school-shooting-because-hes-gentleman-who-doesnt-go-where-he-not-w Bryan Fischer explains tha...
Hmmm... one of the largest school massacre incidence in American history happened in 1927. I'm not normally one to pick on the exceptional cases as if it makes a broader point, but we're talking about the hypothetical arbiter of the universe; how can exceptions exist?
That man should be confronted with some facts. The scary part is that this kind of mentality even exists in the USA. I'd thought you'd find these kind of people in behind the walls of the criminally insane.
Him and Brian Huckabee should visit the parents and preach the word of god, surely they would have faith their god would protect them from the wrath of the parents.
Headbutting time. Oh! did I say that out loud?
"[God] doesn't go where not wanted" Would that the same could be said of his followers.
The irony here is that nothing has stopped people from praying in school.... Kids just aren't forced to pray a particular prayer or listen to someone else's. This guy is no different than the Westboro Baptist Church folks.
Because bad things never happen in Gods house. Especially not to the little children.
To respond to the can of worms post by Jared Manley: http://www.wnd.com/2005/10/32839/
one who actually gets it right; he's a Christian who has been in a situation where a non-Christian prayer was pushed on him and rather than just bloviate about how these godless heathens should be thrown out of our christian country he comes to the conclusion that government sponsored prayer should remain illegal... and I think he'd be sympathetic to the notion that prayers at privately-sponsored events are rude.
I was pleased to notice that an "invocation" at the awards banquet for a convention I go to yearly disappeared without comment this year. I personally know the guy who probably made the decision but I haven't figured out how to ask "why" without either "coming out" or sounding like I am on the other side, bitching about the omission.
Christianity is a religion that was founded on deep, violent hatred. And for many today, it still is.
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