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    Filed at 7:22 pm under by dcobranchi

    This should have been the Letter of the Day. It’s right out of my hometown paper, the Fayetteville Observer.

    The Bible is the only sacred book

    Enough of this foolishness … “intelligent designer, a higher power,” and all of these nonsense names for Jesus are not going to cut it! Time has come for spineless, mossy-back Christians to take a stand and identify with “Whom” they profess to represent. It’s high time to stop compromising with the enemy, that is, the red infidels of the satanic communist ACLU, the leftist news media and liberals who are doing everything within their power to destroy this country! This is not a Christian nation — never has been, never will be!

    Thanks to the founding fathers, a Navy Christian chaplain recently was rebuked for closing his prayer in Jesus’ name. Didn’t hear much of this in the news, did you? It’s not true that all of the founding fathers were Christians and wrote the Constitution from a Christian perspective. Most of them were deists. This is not compatible with the Christian faith. Nowhere in the Constitution do you find the name Jesus Christ. We all have a god, even the infidels.

    As Christians, we have a written text to guide us in making decisions. The Bible, the word of God, is not exclusive or changeable. It has stood the test of time. Other documents, such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and all the amendments are trivial and insignificant compared to God’s word. Christians, especially the religious right, must acknowledge that the Bible is the only sacred book and not the founding documents.

    Carl A. Hinson Sr.
    Whiteville

    Yeah, I don’t fit in well around here.

    4 Responses to “MY MISTAKE”


    Comment by
    Jeremy Mendenhall
    February 10th, 2006
    at 8:14 pm

    Point well made! Go get em!
    Jeremy Mendenhall

    victorytutorials.com


    Comment by
    Rikki
    February 10th, 2006
    at 9:29 pm

    Point well made?
    Methinks the first commenter didn’t comprehend what your part of the post actually meant…


    Comment by
    Lioness
    February 11th, 2006
    at 10:10 am

    Right on Carl! So howsabout y’all stop defending this nonChristian nation and move elsewhere?


    Comment by
    Jason
    February 14th, 2006
    at 4:25 pm

    Countries like Iran and Taliban-era Afghanistan were run by people who sound very much like Carl Hinson. A theocrat by any other name…