6 responses

  1. Ravenbiker
    September 1, 2011

    Yikes! Death for divorce? Death for the birth of bastards? Death for doctors? Death for all who “show”their sexuality? Is this the Dark Ages again?

    I’m beginning to believe Christians can’t coexist with anyone!

  2. Shofixti
    September 2, 2011

    Oh great, I just read this – was going to suggest you post something about it.

    I reckon that all these dominionists – before actually trying to inflict these princples on the populace should first “try” it out themselves.

    Get 200 or so families together with a nice fence around their community. Then, as sins are committed, instead of executing – exile them out. I think your support for politics that would see you directly extinguished, would vanish pretty fast.

  3. BlackDog
    September 2, 2011

    Hell, they could make a reality show out of it, and for effect have mock executions of those who get “voted off the island.”

    Then interview them after, and see if they still wanna follow those rules in real life.

    Sadly, most Dominionists don’t REALLY want to live like that themselves. They just want to force everyone else to live that way. They always hide…or make excuses for…their own sins.

  4. Donny D.
    September 2, 2011

    Ravenbiker wrote:

    Yikes! Death for divorce? Death for the birth of bastards? Death for doctors? Death for all who “show”their sexuality? Is this the Dark Ages again?

    I’m beginning to believe Christians can’t coexist with anyone!

    The Dominionists are only a small percentage of Protestant fundamentalists, and an even smaller percentage of Christians overall. It isn’t at all fair to judge all Christians by what Dominionists believe.

    However, I’ll agree with anyone who says that a small demographic can still be influential.

  5. Cory Sampson
    September 2, 2011

    Let me just point out something:

    “He said Christians who crusade for social reform should consider the outcome of the Prohibition Act, which outlawed alcohol but also fueled organized crime.

    “Christians had made a massive impact in the ‘temperance movement’ to stop drunkenness. Then they overreached with draconian legislation called the Volstead Act, and the backlash legalized alcohol,” Wallnau said. “To my brothers in Uganda I would say, ‘Be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.’””

    The words of Lance Walnau, one of the Dominionists supposedly “squeamish” toward the death penalty. Note that his concern is NOT that people will be put to death for their private sexual behaviour; no, his concern is that draconian measures will result in a backlash.

    He’s just fine with gays dying – if only they’d stay dead.

  6. Tim Ellerbrock
    September 5, 2011

    This is scary, but it does serve to show what extremism can lead to. I would hope that followers of Jesus will stand up to this misuse of the bible.

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