Discrimination is a beneficial power given to us by God

Discrimination is a beneficial power given to us by God

So what’s so bad about discrimination anyway? Discrimination has always been a hallmark of freedom. The ability to discriminate is given to us by God so that we can make right choices. People discriminate all the time. We discriminate when we date, marry, pick our friends and in countless other ways, just like homosexuals do. And LGBT groups and liberals discriminate against people of faith all day long!

Christians like Crystal O’Connor and her father, owners of Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Indiana, felt the dark side of discrimination when they were mercilessly attacked by the left after telling ABC News that they’re willing to serve all customers, but won’t cater a same-sex wedding. They’ve received bomb threats and had to close their business. And they call us “intolerant”!

Fortunately, there are still plenty of good people in America. Blaze TV host Dana Loesch and her team set up a GoFundMe.com page to help out the family and raised more than $800,000!

The support shown to the owners of Memories Pizza is encouraging, but homosexual activists have successfully attacked other Christian businesses with little outcry from Christians. What has happened to those who bear the name of Christ? Where Christians once took faith seriously and could withstand serious persecution, they’re now easily intimidated by mere words.

Christian families today are largely not modeling authentic Christianity. The proof of that is in the children. They have shallow roots that are easily pulled up by a culture that mocks traditional values.

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