My President's dad, Rafael Cruz, prayed a great prayer today too. If you've not looked at that story I highly recommend you do.
 August 27, 2015 at 4:12pm
His motivation was not God. What he claimed is that his motivation was racism and social injustice. The fact that he wrapped up his twisted view of society with his views of God is irrelevant to Walsh’s point. There is nothing in the Bible or any Christian scripture or teaching that remotely resembles what he believed.
And of course Matt Walsh is advocating for his view of God. Why do people act like this is so terrible? Do you not realize that this is commentary? Do you not realize that a Commentators job is to advocate for their view of the world? If you don’t like you are free not read it and move on.
"His motivation was not God."
He literally wrote that Jehovah spoke to him and told him to act as he did. He believed that he was told by his god to do what he did.
"And of course Matt Walsh is advocating for his view of God. Why do people act like this is so terrible?"
I don't think it's terrible - I think it's hypocritical. He blasted people using this tragedy to advance their own agenda, and yet that's exactly what he's done.
People dislike hypocrisy. Hypocrisy that's from a self-righteous sort is even more detested.
"If you don’t like you are free not read it and move on."
And I will. I'll just comment first, because I also dislike Walsh's hypocrisy.
@MasterJoshua7 - Actually the world is a more peaceful place than ever before.
Domestic trends - from FBI stats (since 1980 per 100,000 citizens). Almost all categories have dropped by nearly 50% with the exception of rape and aggravate assault (which only dropped 30% and 25% respectively).
International Conflicts - 1950-2008 dropped more than 60%.
World Homicide Rates - 2005-2010 dropped 25%.
Violence against Women - 1993-2013 dropped by half.
Mass Killings/Genocide- 1945-2013 - down 90%
As stated in the research "Newsreaders will always perceive that they live in dangerous times." I believe this is true and particularly for Blaze readers.
Master, saying we are the most religious country is saying a lot. It explains our stupidity and backwardness.
The universe is less than ten thousands years old??? Creationism???? The rapture????
PURE AND TOTAL STUPIDITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
August 27, 2015 at 12:26pm
Well, considering Trump’s repeated profession of the Bible I suppose the first question was fair. I still don’t understand the second questions though.
 August 27, 2015 at 10:00am
Yeah but that doesn’t mean you forsake the Old Testament. You have to accept the Old Testament in order to believe in the New Testament. They kind of go together, you know? There’s can be no picking and choosing.
 August 27, 2015 at 9:58am
Yeah but the question doesn’t really give any room for that. It’s like, Old Testament, New Testament, pick one. What? If you’re a Christian you don’t pick and choose which parts of the Bible you accept and which parts you don’t.
It’s just a weird question.
 August 26, 2015 at 10:13pm
In other words it was a gotcha question.
 August 26, 2015 at 9:48pm
That’s an odd line of questioning. Especially the second question. Are you an Old Testament guy or a New Testament guy? What? What does that even mean?
They wanted to see if trump knew anything about the bible. He doesn't.
Not really the New Testament is the fulfillment of the Old and it pointing to Christ, a Bible person would know that
Are you JEWISH or CHRISTIAN. A CHRISTIAN would say (As TRUMP DID) the WHOLE BIBLE as they know it's really ALL one story.
It certainly has meaning. Old testament is old law,New testament is new law. Obama brought that question into the forefront with his pro gay stand.
Actually the Old Testament is the Law while the New Testament is the Gospel. The Old Testament condemns and the New Testament saves. IN a good sermon you need the proper juxtaposition of both the Law and Gospel. So for someone who is totally clueless about the Bible this is not an odd question just an uneducated one.
 August 26, 2015 at 1:37pm
Am I supposed to care about your legalistic arguments? Because that really has nothing to do with what I said.
Educations that enforce Christian morality are superior to secular educations. Hence my advocacy for home schooling and private schools.
But by all means, don’t let that get in the way of your antagonism.
 August 26, 2015 at 12:06pm
Awful. Just awful. I feel so bad for her boyfriend and family, seems he was really in love.
 August 26, 2015 at 11:42am
He’s right. There’s no way McConnell is serious about this. They just want to use abortion as a campaign issue and then move on amnesty or something. It’s how things work now and it sucks.
They won’t do anything that’s worth anything unless we push them against a wall and force them to do it.
 August 26, 2015 at 11:36am
Very unfortunate. Removing religion from the education of American kids was a terrible thing.
Public schools should no longer be the default option of education. Home schooling and private schools, all the way.
Public schools teach “About” religion as part of the curriculum in several grades. What they do not do is actively promote the practice of a religion – and the reason they don’t is for the exact same reason you would not like it if they were starting each day with Islamic or Hindu prayers – Public schools are not there to indoctrinate kids into a new religion or reinforce their current one.
 August 25, 2015 at 10:46pm
What video did you watch? Romos was the belligerent one.