Christians need to be responsible for their actions, yet they are not at all. As a group they are among the most irresponsible group on the planet. Let me explain: My fellow Christians are very duped and confused. They still think that we have a Caesar and that we should do whatever this Caesar fellow tells us to do. Well I will give them that Obama thinks he is Caesar, but that's all I give them. He is not my Caesar nor my God.
Christians are 2,000 years behind the times - as this is a Constitutional Republic that is founded upon the belief that we are Caesar, that we are the government. (See Locke, Paine, and Jefferson.) Yet Christians still recite their Romans 13 (also here) mantra in a catatonic manner, as their eyes roll back in their heads. They watch the world go by as if we have a king, with divine rights, or a Caesar, as if they have not a thing to do with the sorry state of affairs in this country.
Well I hate to burst their bubble, but this government is a direct result of their actions, or their inaction's. And they are responsible for it's actions.
Christians have created the government we have through their vote, and more importantly - through their silence. They have created this government - arguably one of the most vile, enslaving, and evil institutions to walk the face of the earth, and then like immature children they refuse to take the responsibility of controlling the monster they have created by falling back on their mantra that "It is of God". They let this monster that they create and support - steal, rape, and plunder their fellow man and then acting like their reviled, Pontius Pilate - wash their hands of it.
The land is filled with moronic pastors, many on the FEMA payroll, that tell them not to get involved in politics, to love Caesar, and their servitude, and the Christian sheeple almost to the man listen and heed this evil, ill advised advice. George Orwell would be proud.
This is exactly the state of affairs, (Idiot pastors and gullible Christians) that allowed Adolph Hitler to steer the German Republic into evil. Christians had better take heed and learn some history as they are going down the same path here in the US.
The situation of Christians creating this dangerous creature called government, and then refusing like immature children to police the monster they have created by doing things as simple as going to city council meetings, is similar to to parent that would hire a child molesting, pedophile, baby sitter to baby sit their children instead of doing due the diligence that would prevent this disaster. But that is OK, all they have to do is catatonicly chant the Romans 13 mantra and they are absolved of all responsitbilty for their actions.
Irresponsible Christians are the biggest threat to our liberties in this country today and have but all destroyed everything that once made this country great. Christians have become the engine of evil in this country.
Which side are you on? Do you sit silently, drinking the cool aide, condoning the evil? Or are you speaking up?
I offer 2 resources to the reader that would like to investigate the proper role of government the first is a sermon on Romans 13 by Pastor Chuck Baldwin. The second the classic by Frédéric Bastiat "The Law" Both I think you will find extremely enlightening on this topic.
"Anyone building a personal library of liberty must
include in it a copy of Frédéric Bastiat’s classic
essay, “The Law.” First published in 1850 by the
great French economist and journalist, it is as clear a statement
as has ever been made of the original American ideal
of government, as proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence,
that the main purpose of any government is the
protection of the lives, liberties, and property of its citizens...."
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” ~ Albert Einstein
And just as applicable:
Thomas Jefferson’s seal said “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God” but I think it is even better reversed: “Obedience to tyrants is rebellion to God.”
"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable."
-- John F. Kennedy