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The girl that was raped in the Stuebenville Ohio Rape case is getting death threats and being called names on Twitter and Facebook, and the athletes/rapists, as usual, are being held up as paragons of virtue. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH PEOPLE????!!!!! It is totally wrong for a victim to be treated like this!
Cross posted at Hillbilly Report
I'm not writing this to anger my fellow Christians. I writing this so that we might ask ourselves the following questions.
How would Jesus would fit in modern day America?
Would he be welcomed or would he meet the same demise he met when he first appeared?
How would he be welcomed in your church?
How would his criticism of your church be received, by your church leaders?
Would he tell America it needs to spend more on bombs, weapons of mass destruction, etc. and less on the poor and disenfranchised?
What would he think upon seeing Christian leaders living opulent lifestyles while the masses suffer?
How would the established Christian community act when folks stopped listening to them and started listening to him, at his mass rallies?
How would the established Christian community respond when folks started giving their money to Jesus rather than them?
If Jesus were with us today where would he be living? Would he be living with the masses or living in opulence with rich religious leaders?
Would Jesus have a concealed carry permit?
Would he pass a background check?
If he drew a crowd on a busy street would he be cited for not having permit for a rally?
How would the fast food industry react if Jesus bought two big Mac's and five orders of french fries and fed thousands with some left over? Would they lobby their Christian conservative friends in Congress to stop that?
How would the Wine industry react if Jesus started turning water into wine? Would they lobby their Christian conservative friends in Congress to stop that?
How would the healthcare insurance companies react if Jesus started healing the sick for free? Would they lobby their Christian conservative friends in Congress to stop that?
Just asking. Feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.
What do you think of the Administration saying that it is ok to kill Americans fighting with terrorist organizations who are against us by drone strikes, without the benefit of a trial? On the one hand, Most Americans would say that any American who took up arms against their own country deserves to be put to death as a traitor, but on the other hand, it does look a bit unseemly to deny a citizen of the U.S. his or her right to a fair trial, especially with their life on the line.