A One-Sided Conversation

Me: It shouldn’t read “Right-Wing” it should say “Some Christians Claim”… Most of the Christians I know are Conservative, Right-Wing Christians (myself included) who would scoff and rebuke anyone making that claim.

Me: They are all over the place. The article itself even quotes a few. A handful of people making idiotic claims is not a representation of the Church. There are “Conservative Right Wing Christians” who claim that dancing with snakes is Biblical. It doesn’t mean that all Conservative Right Wing Christians as a whole agree with it. or are all responsible for it.

Me: I refer you back to your article.

And to be frankly honest, there are some valid points about modern secular psychology legitimizing and supporting behavior that God said is sinful. Trying to mop all of these together and condemn all of the things presented in this article, as this article tries to do, is fallacious.

Me: Right-wing and Conservative are redundant. I am a Conservative Christian. My point, again, is that you can not take a fringe group and judge the whole. You can not claim to be upset about being misrepresented, while you yourself, are misrepresenting others. It’s hypocrisy.

Christians Tired of Being Misrepresented wrote: “Matthew Edmund – if you are referring to same-sex attraction — “And to be frankly honest, there are some valid points about modern secular psychology legitimizing and supporting behavior that God said is sinful” – then we ask you to leave this Page. Read “Our Posture” located at the top right corner of our Timeline. Those are our guidelines and to be frankly honest, we have created a safe haven from right-wing theology.”

I was then promptly banned. Hurray for me.

And for your reading pleasure, the logical fallacy I was referring to is “non sequitur“. Sometimes, the truth of the Bible is offensive. Sad “Christians” would take offense to the mere implication of Scripture.

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