Muslims and the SJW crowd visiously attack ANYONE that doesn’t agree with their claim that “all religions are equal.” They say that anyone who doesn’t beleive this is a bigot, islamophobic, exenophobic racist. They’re a very tiny, but very loud minority. So when they start crying about how someone has “offended them,” they often get their way.
However, one peaceful pastor stood his ground, even after all of the forces of hell were sent against him and his small Baptist Church.
After the Leftists went to social media and maor news outlets demanding that the Church remove a sign they claimed was “bigoted,” they got SLAPPED DOWN!
Belmont Drive Missionary Baptist Church in Oregon has caused a disturbing stir in self-important hypocrites who believe that Islam is a supreme religion that should never be criticized. The church in Hood River has caused the thought police to sound the alarm on bigotry, proving their own intolerance.
Hood River resident Eric Cohn was nearly in tears over the church stating what God has already stated in the Bible, saying that his feelings were hurt when he looked at the message board.
“I literally had to stop and back up and make sure I saw what I saw, and I was profoundly offended and upset by it,” Eric Cohn said.
Cohn wasn’t the only one wishing that the U.S. would outlaw free speech. Hood River Mayor Paul Blackburn allowed his feelings to get the best of his logic, and he most likely hopes to use his political platform to do away with said pesky freedom.
“I was really annoyed and sad,” Hood River mayor, Paul Blackburn, said. “I am annoyed that in this political season there’s a solid case of ugly going on. I think it norms up this kind of behavior like ‘oh, it’s okay to be a bigot now.’”
Fortunately, Pastor Michael Harrington is more concerned with what his God says than whining secular multiculturalists. He promised not to remove the sign until he has another message that needs to be heard, and invites anyone who opposes his stance to civilly discuss the issue over a cup of coffee.
“I’m not politically correct. I’ve never been politically correct, but I think I’m biblically correct, and that’s what matters to me,” Harrington said. “It isn’t against any particular denomination. It’s just the fact that I have taught and will continue to teach that I have one God, one way of salvation, and one Bible that’s holy.”
Apparently, Cohn and Blackburn think that declaring what your religion teaches is “bigoted,” but only if you’re a Christian. If Muslims erected a sign stating, “Men are in charge of women by right…as for those wives from whom you fear arrogance — forsake them in bed and beat them [Quran 4:34],” these ignorant men would applaud them for being so open-minded, right? Or perhaps they’d like one that says, “I will cast terror into the hearts of unbelievers and you will strike off their heads and every fingertip [Quran 8:12].”
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