lucy posted a comment · Aug 08, 2020
Burning Bibles, buildings, and other people's property has nothing to do with the police or anything else. It is lawlessness and hate. And evil does does not need a reason. It is evil, anything goes, and so it goes, until these rioters who feel invincible now, find themselves between a rock and a hard place and has nowhere to turn except to the God of the Bible for a miracle, a healing, a touch of heaven. Suddenly, everything they burned or destroyed pales in comparison to their broken body, facing death with no sense of peace or security in their hearts. Until then, this type of evil will only increase. Jesus said it best, in Mathew 24:12,13 "..because lawlessness will increase, the love of many will grow cold, but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved." There is a spiritual travail taking place now, will we stand or be shaken? My anchor hold and grips the solid Rock, this Rock is Jesus. Yes, He's the One.
A._catholic posted a comment · Aug 07, 2020
1.) It isn't known which groups burned Bibles. We already know that one of the destroyers of property during the protests was actually from the right, not the left. ("Umbrella man" is associated with the Aryan Cowboys.) What extent right wing activists are using violence to discredit the protests isn't known. It is *untruthful* for you to blanketly assert that the riots and "anarchy" are from the "radical left" alone. God is truth. 2) The vast majority of protests have been peaceful. Trump's tactics of sending Federal law enforcement agents in (when not requested) using heavy handed tactics has sparked some of the violence- which is what I believe Trump wants, so people like you can blame the "radical left". 3) Conservatives and the political right have also used Saul Alinsky's methods. 4) The far greater lawlessness and threat to the Constitution is Pres. Trump's own abuse of power- using police to violently clear protestors for the St. John's Church "photo op"; sending in Federal agents when not requested; attacking anyone who questions his truthfulness as "enemies of the people"; and his abuse of power and obstruction of justice, which a largely unprincipled Republican Congress for reasons of political self-preservation has allowed.
czarpaul posted a comment · Aug 05, 2020
I believe it has been said anyone who would burn books would burn people.
Swkh310 posted a comment · Aug 04, 2020
At long last, the “Fundamentalist” voter block is finally exposed for the sham it has always been. Tragically, it has taken four years (and most likely eight) of their most UN-Christian politician to get the job done.