I'm trying to "enlighten" people to God's Word.<quoted text>
Ok, that's fine and dandy, but suppose that some people interpret God's word differently, or worship a different god, or even don't believe in God? Aren't they entitled to their own beliefs?
This is my beef with the religious right - instead of leaving others to make their own decisions you try to force people to follow your beliefs.
If I follow your line of thought, all Americans should be free to only follow the laws of our country that they believe works with their faith and their God. In fact, one could argue that your statement gives Muslims a right to terrorist activities because their God demands it.
NOT trying to ram it down ANYone's throat!