Misdirected Christian outrage

The up-stir created by Phil Robertson’s GQ interview is both good news and disappointing. It’s great to see millions of people, including Christians feel called to action in his support.  In just 24 hours social media support pages accumulated more than a million followers.  Just one problem.  Where is this vocal Christian support for traditional marriage, the pro-life movement, or pushing back against restrictions of public religious speech and expression?

What this says about where the Christian church is willing make a principled stand is sad.

Comments

  1. I think you hit the nail on the head. Christians get too selective as to what should be an outrage. It is the old frog-in-the-kettle thing. If they had shown that kind of outrage when the first liberal judges pushed same-sex fake marriage, perhaps we would be in the deep doo-doo we are in now being punished for disagreeing with the homosexual agenda. If they had shown that kind of outrage when the SCOTUS first pronounced abortion as a right found in the “emanations” of the “penumbra” of the Constitution, perhaps we wouldn’t have abortion clinics in every city. ETC!

  2. “Where is this vocal Christian support for traditional marriage, the pro-life movement, or pushing back against restrictions of public religious speech and expression?”

    At my blog and facebook page.

    • Lol. Marshal, I know we as individuals make our presence known. But where is the collective public support of the kinds shown by the masses like happened for Robertson?

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