It’s Not Intolerance
I have read in your newspaper several articles about Amendment One (the vote on gay marriage). They always use the word “tolerance.”
Thank God for Commissioners Picerno and Caddell. “Tolerance” has brought our nation to the brink of disaster.
This nation is under God’s judgment and we should have articles about repenting and turning away from our sin, but instead the people who think Christians are intolerant prevail.
The fact is we will all stand before a holy God and give an account of our life here on Earth, and “tolerance” won’t be mentioned.
Mr. Jones’ letter (March 14) stated “intolerance is at the heart of every extremist movement and that it is the 21st century fear-mongering.” He says “tolerance is trusting and gentle.”
I wonder if the Wall Street crowd had heard that? The facts are that the Wall Street group (that most editors and letter writers applauded) were filthy, morally off the charts and tore up private property.
If you want to talk about ignorance, a good part of them had no idea why they were there, but they were tolerant, as opposed to the tea party, who conduct themselves in an orderly manner and clean up after themselves.
But don’t forget, “we are intolerant.” The 21st century has nothing to do with what’s right and what’s wrong. It doesn’t change with whatever the majority thinks is right and wrong. This supposedly “intolerant” person would challenge you to put the 10 Commandments in every classroom in North Carolina and put God to the test to see if it had any effect.
Also, we were not founded on the Muslim religion; we were founded on Judeo-Christian principles. That is what made this country great.
Lastly, just because you believe something is not true, doesn’t mean it isn’t.
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