America’s religious pluralism chickens are coming home to roost in a manner not witnessed since the ’63 film adaptation of Hitchcock’s The Birds.

We’ve got Satanists planting monuments to Lucifer here, there, and everywhere. (See: Detroit celebrates All-American “right” to worship Satan. [insert “U! S! A!” chant here] as but one of many examples.)

We’ve got witches leading Middle America state legislatures in “prayer”. (See: Religious “Freedom” Update: Witch leads American heartland “lawmakers” in “prayer”.)

And now we’ve got Muslims being sworn into office on Qurans instead of Bibles. (See: Should Muslims and Satanists be allowed to seek public office in America?)

All in the name of “religious pluralism” under the true and reigning religion of American Statism. (See: Why do we allow the open practice of Islam, witchcraft, and Satanism in America?)

As reported by various sources, including the New York Daily News:

A routine municipal ceremony has become seeped in controversy after a Brooklyn Civil Court judge was sworn in using a Koran.

Carolyn Walker-Diallo, who was elected last month in Brooklyn’s 7th Municipal District, took her oath of office Thursday using the holy book of Islam as a testament to her Muslim faith.

Predictably, millions of “Christian Americans” are somehow “shocked” and “horrified” that such a thing could happen in a land that…get thiscelebrates the “right” to openly worship false gods as a virtue in direct mockery of the very God they claim to love and adore with their lips. Who needs little things like intellectual/theological coherence and honesty, right?

Of course, the backlash from these “Christians” has been both loud and severe.

Mind-blowingly incoherent too, of course.

And stupendously hypocritical.

Or, put another way: Pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a people proudly prone to treat things like Bibles as props while caring not at all about actually reading and submitting to what is written therein.

Like what The Book has to say about religious pluralism, for example. (See: Note to ‘Merica: There is no “God-given right” to worship false gods. Repent accordingly.)

May God grace America with brokenness, conviction, repentance, and submission to Christ as King in practice…before its “Christian” chickens finish surrendering the culture to the devil (and his many false gods).


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4 Responses

  1. The Quranists will become the same – they will have an approach all their own to the Quran, to reading the Quran, to implementing your life as a muslim, instead of leaving it to the individual as they claim because the power of group think is overwhelming. Wake up and smell the coffee – do not make this a philosophical organization.

  2. So is the alternative to eliminate religious freedom in America?
    This is an issue I have been going back and forth on, on the one hand these types of things are sickening but on the other hand using force of law to eliminate other religions does not seem like something I see taught in the Bible.

    Does anyone have insights, articles, or other forms of additional reading on this topic?

  3. As you said, the real issue is that that professing Christians do not actually read and submit to what has been written. The practice of swearing an oath on ANY book is a rejection of the straightforward instruction of Scripture:

    Matthew 5:24 "But I tell you, do not swear by anything..All you need to say is simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one." James 5:12 "Above all, my brothers and sisters, do not swear—not by heaven or by earth or by anything else. All you need to say is a simple “Yes” or “No.” Otherwise you will be condemned."

    That people would be offended by the nature of the book being sworn on shows that they are largely ignorant of the book that they are trying to defend.

  4. 1. I'm NOT a religious pluralist.
    2. I'm PO'd
    3. I have issued complaints about the Harry Potter Christmas display in my town's public library and told my pastor about it. He didn't seem too concerned.
    4.I have THIS close to knocking over the HP Christmas tree. I have left Scripture notes on it. The library staff simply takes them down and tosses them in the trash can.
    5. SOME of us are fighting back. Our own side is shooting at us.

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