David Barton is Dangerous

David Barton of WallBuilders (By the way the notion to title Wallbuilders was stolen from the Jews.)

The Jews returned to their home after the decree by Cyrus to release them to go home. So home they went. They began to rebuild their temple. They began to rebuild the walls. And this is where WallBuilders stole their idea from; the Jews.

In the Bible in Ezra and Nehemiah there is the story of ancient Israel’s rebuilding of itself as a nation and its rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem. This rebuilding took place when the people returned from their captivity in Babylon.

But David Barton needs to understand that America is not Israel.

The church is not Israel. Israel is Israel.

How dangerous is it to mix church and state? I just saw on the internet a video where Christian extremists are shouting over a Hindu man who doesn’t believe as they do. He is on C-Span as a  guest. But when he stands to speak one can hear coming from Christian extremists Forgive us God for allowing this to happen here in America…just because the man doesn’t think as they do he is not welcome to speak his mind.

Barton said this about it: “In Hindu, you have not one God, but many, many, many, many, many gods,” the Christian historian explains. “And certainly that was never in the minds of those who did the Constitution, did the Declaration [of Independence] when they talked about Creator — that’s not one that fits here because we don’t know which creator we’re talking about within the Hindu religion.”

IF America was a Christian nation the man would have been received with love. Not his beliefs; but he the person whom Christ died for would have been treated with some respect. However C-Span was polite and gracious to the visitor.

So what if another believes in many gods? What if he doesn’t believe in the God of the Bible? Is mocking his beliefs going to make him see Christ in you? I think not.

If this continues as it is going with David Barton promoting the lie that the United States is a Christian nation; that as Mike Hucakbee said that people should be forced to be Christians at the point of a gun will it be long before they do something worse?

I like these people. But they are wrong.

When so called Christians  were killing abortion doctors and bombing their clinics was this the love of God? No of course not. We as Christians are to love as Christ loved. To love as he loved is not what WallBuilders is about.

God never took their approach when he sent his Son to die for the world.

God open the blind eyes of these people who cannot see who you are; who cannot see the great love you love all men with. In Jesus name.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Yes, as christians we supposted to love other people, but we need to undertand that god died for us that is true but god loves us but he does not like sin. the othere thing is that we need to have the 10 commendents back in schools and courts , yes it say not to kill each other , and if your going to say Christians were killing abortion doctors and bombing their clinics was this the love of God?
    no its not but the doctors and the people that think that this the only option for them , then there don;t know god and need to have god in there hearts . God will take care of the doctor that kill baby i agree with you , God die for everyone that belives and when you became a believer

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    • Thanks for stopping by and for your comment. Firstly God did not die for anyone. He sent his Son to die. God is a sprit and he cannot die. God is life itself. Jesus the man died for the sins of the world.
      We don’t need the Ten Commandments in schools, we need to do as David who said “Thy word Lord have I hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against thee.”
      People need to get saved, not forced to believe laws and rules and regulations made by man.
      It is in the heart that God makes changes not in the schools.
      When the change is made in the heart, then we will see changes in the schools.
      Jesus said we cannot put new wine into old bottles. Nor do we sew a new piece of garment on an old garment.

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