No, God is not politically correct. God tells us not to be politically correct. The collectivists (Marxists, communists, socialists, progressives, Democrats - all virtually the same) attack people when people call evil as evil and good as good. They tell us that the Bible teaches us that we are to love all. To call evil as evil and good as good does not mean we do not love all. The Bible does not instruct us to kill, rape, or even hate those who do not believe the Bible is the Word of God. They who tell us the Bible teaches us to love are right, Our God is a God of love. Why else would he send Jesus to earth for the sole purpose of being a sacrifice and promise us that those who will believe on the word of God will be welcomed into the Kingdom of God and not be in our rightful place of Hell for eternity.
However, God is also a Holy and Righteous God. God tells us very clearly; he is a God of black and white. And yet, we allow ourselves to adhere to the politically correct and misleading demands of the collectivists today, and that is to play along with the collectivist (Karl Marx said his classless society must be a Godless society because in his words, “God does not exist”) mantra that all must go along with the politically correct idea that to call evil as evil is not only UN-American but also anti Biblical.
The advantage of calling, for instance, the murder of unborn children a choice, constitutional, and those who oppose as being judgmental and not loving, is to deny the laws of God. Because of the social pressures of being politically correct, we will often evade direct statements and justify our actions by saying that not being direct is in fact being loving and kind. Jesus followed the commands of God, or his commands, with his dealings with the religious of leaders of his day when he told them, directly, that they were hypocrites and led people astray.
The question you then ask, I would imagine, is Don what is it we should do. The premise of that question is of course wrong. It should be “God, what are we supposed to do” and the answer is where all of God’s answers are, in the Bible. So, I would say get your Bible and search. I can help you with that a little bit. I would suggest you go to Malachi chapter 2 and verse 17. We are told “You have wearied the Lord with your words. But you say, “How have we wearied him?” By saying, “Everyone who does evil is good in the sight of the Lord, and he delights in them.” Or by asking, “Where is the God of justice?””
What I hear God saying is that to be politically correct is wrong. When we are politically correct, we are wearing the Lord. Being politically correct is justifying the evil people do by saying that it is somehow good in the sight of the Lord and he delights in them. God does not delight in evil. If we excuse evil, we are not doing what God has commanded us to do, and that is to love others. Instead, we have assumed the role of being an enabler. I cannot find any place in the Bible where we are commanded to be enablers, or in political terms, I cannot find any place in the Bible where I am told to be politically correct. Until somebody can show me, it would seem that a loving God, but a God of judgement, would say, “Don, (insert your name) do not weary God by excusing and justifying evil by misleading people and telling them that evil actions and the people who commit or support the evil actions, pleases God.” We are told in Malachi chapter 2 and verse 17 that it in fact will weary God.
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