No, the FRC is not biblically based…

So stop wondering why it is labeled a hate group by the SPLC, Nathan.

I can’t figure out how any group, especially one that is biblically based can legitimately be called a “hate group.” If living out the tenets of one’s faith and operating an organization based on those principles is enough to warrant being labeled a hate group then SPLC is going to have to update and increase their list of hate groups to include every Catholic charity, Christian owned business, religious non-profit, and individual citizen living out the beliefs taught in the Bible on homosexuality.

That’s a far leap to make, actually. But, the problem with Nathan and others is that they regularly taking the wrong flying leaps in the wrong direction.

What is the FRC a hate group? Because Tony Perkins is associated with David Duke. They love to issue hate speeches. They love bullying. I mean, the FRC makes it an effort to protect the right for bullies to bully LGBT children. If you need more

Exactly what biblical principles are they founded on?

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One Reply to “No, the FRC is not biblically based…”

  1. I chuckled on this one – and you’re quite right. “Biblically based” – what the heck does that mean? Perhaps like pornography, as Justice Potter Stewart put it, “It’s hard to define, but I know it when I see it.”

    History is replete with examples of madmen and hate-groups all claiming divine/scriptural inspiration.

    So what is “biblically based”? As I write these words, my mind and heart take a flying leap to Jesus; I cannot imagine any universe wherein Jesus would sit on the board of FRC and affirm their hate-filled notions and self-righteousness. I’ve long called this kind of Christianity, “christianity with a snarl on its face.” That, if anything, is a clue.

    Thanks for posting this and not waffling on it. Jesus said to the Sadducees who had made their arrangements with Rome and the powers-that-be, “you are wrong because you don’t know either the scriptures or God’s power” (Matthew 22.29). He didn’t cut them any slack, in spite of their claims to the contrary.

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