You´ve got to hand it to bloviating Brit Piers Morgan. While he got most of the facts wrong in his recent targeting of the Second Amendment, it hasn´t stopped him from moving on to even more formidable targets. Such as the Bible. He says the book is "inherently flawed" -- and needs to be amended.
Comments: Why should he bother us about that? He should take the matter up with God and tell Him what´s wrong.
The bible is what it is and doesn´t need amending. Nobody puts a gun to your head and makes you believe everything in it. One thing we do know is if everybody lived by the Ten Commandments,we´d have a balanced budget in no time.
At least he won´t do a John Lennon and say that his pathetic show makes him more popular than Jesus Christ. Of course, I could be wrong, since Morgan does not seem to be very bright.
Morgan I can put up with. I have seen churches turn away from the Bible as well, and condone sin or look the other way. When ministers pick and choose which tenets of the Bible they will teach, they remind me of Obama signing yet another executive order.
No "church" should embrace and promote sin, as in homosexuality and gay marriage. Hate the sin but love the sinner should be the message, which the dying protestant churches have gotten away from.
He recently said in response to the petition to get him deported that he would deport himself if we didn´t change our gun laws. I say, Piers, "don´t let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya!" The sooner the better!
An excellent rebuke of moral relativism and its fake assumption that Man is God. Read the entire article and you´ll be loaded for any liberal who foists moral relativism as a defense for the undefendable.
Unfortunately, you can find all kinds of ´amended´ bibles, including gay bibles. There are even ´atheist´ type bibles. None of them begin to compare to the original Word Of God. If I were to converse with Morgan, I´d make sure to tell him that I will try to look him up in a few centuries so that we can continue. Whether or not we will is up to him.
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