[quote="Debora123, post:1, topic:293979"]
While I'd be the first to admit that many Christians could do more (myself especially), the picture going around insinuating that Christians would never show up in significant numbers to help the poor is, frankly, an incorrect, ignorant, and a childish bit of rhetoric. Christians do feed the poor. Lot's of Christians. All the time. (particularly if we are talking about actual rather than in-name-only Christians). :thumbsup:
Next time you see that sign posted on your facebook news feed, comment with this:
We need threads like this. Thanks for starting one, Debora!
The strategy of the gay movement is apparent. use of buzz advocacy phrases, like "marriage equality"; unrelenting false claims of bigotry and homophobia on Christians who defend traditional marriage; propaganda that our Church hates gays because of her teaching; and a whole host of others.
This recent one that Christians do not care for the poor is just another. To what end? To get the focus away from the rallying of Christians, which is happening, at last, in defending traditional marriage and repudiation of same sex 'marriage' social experiment and its twin experiment of gay 'parenting' and adoption.
The movement wants an unimpeded course that will force on everyone in every state, including on an unwilling majority, with the aiding and abetting of the liberal media, sympathetic legislators, judges and people in academia who forgot what is true north and what would be good for our future generations.