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Wednesday, December 07, 2005


What's at stake

LA Times Columnist Joel Stein Insults Christians While Approving of Christmas

Posted by Stacy L. Harp on December 6, 2005 - 17:01.

LA Times columnist Joel Stein writes a column called Oy to the World where he ultimately says that he thinks there isn’t a war on Christmas . I find this ironic and also insulting as a Christian because all throughout his commentary he disparages Christians and what we believe.

To begin with he states in no uncertain terms that “no one outside the media is at all interested” in this supposed war on Christmas. He then cites John Gibson’s new book, which he admits not reading, "The War on Christmas: How the Liberal Plot to Ban the Sacred Christian Holiday Is Worse Than You Thought," supposedly started the debate about this topic, and then insults the title by asking, “Seriously, the guy couldn't even afford an editor for the title?” What’s the point of that? And please explain to me why the book has done so well if no one is interested in the issue.

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The attacks are not just aimed at Christianity, as  Jonathan Tobin points out.  Any mass movement seeking to establish itself,  like liberal statism (a.k.a. fascism, communism, the Third Way, progressivism) requires this calculus --
  1. Control of  children's education
  2. Elimination of  religion
  3. Control of the media
  4. Destruction of bonding myths, traditions, and institutions.
Do the math.

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It is an epic battle between religions-The Religion of the Left and Christianity.
 
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"Destruction of bonding myths, traditions, and institutions."

Bull's Eye!!

As I've said on many blogs, a culture which has no time-honored traditions, no popular mythology, no societal bonding activities is doomed. For some reason, we seem hell-bent on making our most powerful and popular ones illegal, superfluous, or outdated.

My grandchildren will not have a fraction of the opportunities I had for freedom, safety, and happiness in what is becoming of Murkan "culture."
 
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