Some evangelical douchebag named Jerry Newcombe commented on the fate of the victims of the Aurora shooting.
If a Christian dies early, if a Christian dies young, it seems tragic, but really it is not tragic because they are going to a wonderful place.. on the other hand, if a person doesn’t know Jesus Christ.. if they knowingly rejected Jesus Christ, then, basically, they are going to a terrible place.
and then this pile of crap:
…we’re reaping what we’ve been sowing as a society. We said to God, “Get out of the public arena.” Lawsuit after lawsuit, often by misguided “civil libertarians,” have chased away any fear of God in the land — at least in the hearts of millions.
Yeah, that’s it. Blame the actions of a deranged 24-year old living in a state with lax gun laws on civil libertarians’ atheist ways. God, their ignorance is staggering.
More of the same ‘blame the liberals!’ rantings from the director of the hate group, The American Family Association. He also finds away to pin some of the blame on gays.
I have to think that all of this, whether it’s the Hollywood movies, whether it’s what we see on the internets, whether it’s liberal bias in the media, whether it’s our politicians changing public policy, I think all of those somehow have fit together—and I have to say also churches who are leaving the authority of Scripture and losing their fear of God—all of those things have seem to have come together to give us these kinds of incidents.
I think the sources of this is [sic] multifaceted but you can put it all I think under the heading of rebellion to God, a rejection of the God of the Bible. I think along with an education system that has produced our lawyers, our politicians, more teachers, more professors, all of that sort of thing, is our churches, mainline churches…they no longer believe that Jesus is the only way of salvation, they teach that God is OK with homosexuality, this is just increasing more and more. It is mankind shaking its fist at the authority of God.
These people have immersed religion so deeply
up their ass into their politics that there is only one word to describe their stupid, hate-filled beliefs: un-Christian. Whenever the Religious Right goes on about their god (don’t ever ask me to capitalize the ‘g’ of their god…I refuse to), any remaining link between their brand of religion and morality becomes even more intangible. These people operate on two principles and two principles alone; hate and fear.