I remember several years ago as I drove throughout California and listened to talk radio, the term Christian began to change. Initially it was Christian, then it became Right Wing Christian, and then it became Radical Right-Wing Christian. A dictionary definition of Christian is vaguely defined by using Christian to define it as in, of or relating to Christianity. I would assume that from a secular standpoint Christian means anything you want it to mean.
Chris Cuomo gave us a very good understanding as to how the secularist defines Christian while interviewing Sen. Mazie Hirono, Cuomo expressed concern that Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s faith appears “more central to her value system and her behavior and thoughts than it would be for just an ordinary Catholic.”
Cuomo went on to suggest in an interview with former 2020 Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg that people’s faith “doesn’t matter,” but their policy positions affected by it do. What on earth does this mean?
“It doesn’t matter if you have faith; it matters about your positions. Fine, you’re a Christian. I’m a Christian,” Cuomo said to Buttigieg, going on to smear the “devout organization” People of Praise. “This is more than just every Sunday. This is more than just a moral backstop in [Barrett’s] life. This is a fundamentalist approach to her faith.”
This is why many today refer to Biblical Christians as Radical Right-Wing Christians. A Christian is an individual who has recognized he is a sinner, has asked God for forgiveness and has confessed with his mouth and believes in his heart that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and salvation and redemption only come by Grace, or through the blood of Christ that was shed on the cross. Being good and doing good works, or attending church on Sunday’s does not bring you salvation and redemption according to the Bible, which a Christian understands is the Word of God.
A Christian cannot live their lives and not have their faith in Christ be the essence of their existence. This is what a Christian will do and that is to seek the will of God in everything they do, so yes their faith does dictate their values and their principles and yes, their Christian faith does leave the church with them on Sunday and is who they should strive to be all week long.
When Christ was asked what the greatest commandment is, he said that it is to love the Lord your God with all of your heart and all of your soul, that would be your total person. This means you follow the greatest commandment 24/7 every week, every month, and every year. To ask, or demand, that anybody live their Christian faith only on Sunday is to ask a Christian to deny God, and that a Christian will not do.
The term Christian has become perverted, and we are told, to be used only in a politically correct manner. This is why Cuomo would say that people should not allow their faith to have an impact on their principles. This is why Cuomo would say that faith should be left in the church on Sunday morning and not be taken into the secular world from Sunday afternoon to the next Sunday morning. It is because the secular Christian believes the Biblical Christian faith is evil and perverted, and that the United States, and the world's problems are caused by them. Sin and wickedness is every place we look including the halls of governments, schools, society, and in many churches because secularism has become the national religion.
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