Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Somedays I just want to . . . well I'd better not say.

Here's the opening of Kevin McCulloughs latest article over at Townhall.
Liberals detest the historical fact that Jesus Christ arose from the dead.

In doing so they betray the fact, that while they may attempt to embrace the Son of God as an icon of compassion, they have little actual intellectually honest use for the message or meaning of what He represented while on the earth. This rejection, hate, and rebellion against God neither lessens His reality, nor justifies their actions, attitudes, and behaviors in this life.

The worldview of modern liberalism is dependent upon a central truth- that God is either nonexistent or irrelevant.
What do you do with that? Point out that millions of Liberal Christians believe that they are supporting liberal policies precisely because that is what they believe God expects of them? No point. In McCullough's mind and the mind of his readers virtue is reserved for Conservatives. Liberals are nothing but vice, sin and corruption, forever and ever. Amen.

I'm so tired of being tired.

There's not much more to the article than what I've quoted. McCullough bears his testimony of the risen Lord, interjecting slams at Liberals at every opportunity. It's almost like he's trying to incite hatred against Liberals.

Frankly I'm not sure what McCullough believes more, that Christ rose on the third day or that Liberals are evil.

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