Monday, January 10, 2011

Andrei Things to make your stomach churn

We live in a fallen world and we all struggle to negotiate the snares and pitfalls that entails.

And bad things happen to good people as we saw yesterday in Arizona. But this is not a punishment delivered from God for the sins of the American people. Apparently Judge John Roll had just attended Mass and had just dropped by to see Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on impulse.

Nine-year-old Christina Taylor Greene who was born on September 11, 2001 did nothing to bring this upon herself. She was in the wrong place at the wrong time. She is with the Lord now, of that I am confident.

And those who would disrupt her funeral, as is threatened, bringing further pain to her grieving family in order to advance their agenda are not doing the Lord's work, they serve another master entirely.

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on us.

7 comment(s):

ZenTiger said...

That is sick.

KG said...

I have no idea why anybody gives that piece of filth the oxygen of publicity.

Andrei said...

I thought hard before posting this KG.

The man gets the publicity he does because he helps reinforce the "intolerant Christian" meme. He is very useful for that purpose as seen from time to time in his being referenced in comments on this blog by the usual suspects.

KG said...

Yes indeed. He's very much doing the Christian-haters work for them.
Heine's comment in No Minister was a good example of the kind of bigotry that's afoot--"Christians, muslims, they're all the same".

William Stout said...

The use of faith to promote obscenity is an insult of the highest order to the Almighty. I even consider it a form of blasphemy. One day, these people will have to face God and explain their hateful actions. I do not think that He will be amused.

leftrightout said...

I see phelps, and others like him, as further proof of god's non existence, or at the very least, impotence.

Surely, if god existed, he would not have to wait until William's "one day" to show his lack of amusement.

It all smacks just too much of "just you wait until your father gets home".

ZenTiger said...

Yes, of course LRO. We all have free will, until we decide to do something bad, then God steps in and makes it all better?

On that basis, you'd be reduced to typing "Have a nice day" every time you visited this blog.

Why does God have to act in ways you imagine? That's where Phelps went wrong too, so maybe you and he have something in common? You both believe God acts (or doesn't act) in a certain way in order to prove your beliefs.

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