Thursday, July 9, 2020

Truth not satire. . .

What do you do when satire is no longer satire but the truth that convicts?


Carl Vehse said...

The Missouri Synod became a part of the satire on May 19, 2019, when its
Concordia College-Bronxville gave a "Servant of Christ" award to Hawk Newsome, the Chairperson and Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York.

On June 24, 2020, BLM's Hawk Newsome was interviewed on The Story by host Martha MacCallum, as described in the FoxNews article, "Black Lives Matter leader states if US 'doesn't give us what we want, then we will burn down this system'." In the interview Newsome said,

"I love the Lord and my Lord and savior. Jesus Christ is the most famous black radical revolutionary in history. And he was treated just like Dr. King. He was arrested on occasion and he was also crucified or assassinated. This is what happens to black activists. We are killed by the government."

At the conclusion of the interview, Newsome told MacCallum, "I just want black liberation and black sovereignty, by any means necessary."

Anonymous said...

Tu quoque is a fallacy that has been recognized as an invalid argument for centuries. I am not for abortion. However, to argue against it, the argument must be valid. For Christians, the argument from Scripture is authoritative; for the world; that is for those outside of the Kingdom of God, there is no valid argument against abortion, because there is no absolute authority on values.
Peace and Joy!
George A. Marquart

Anonymous said...

I can't think of anyone from 200 years ago who managed to kill 3000 a day on an on-going basis. These folks today are definitely in a league of their own.