Tom Louderback/Paul L. Whiteley misapply/misuse scriptures
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Nov 1, 2012
Tom Louderback and Paul L. Whiteley Sr. are all wet
(regarding the Louderback letter of the 10/31/12 issue of LEO)
Whiteley is not a practicing Christian. Christians know that people giving of themselves in the form of charity is Christian, but forcing people to give money that they have earned, to others who have not, is not being a Christian! It is a form of legalized stealing. Don't claim that Whiteley "walks humbly with God." He misuses and misapplies scriptures to defend socialist and entitlement programs. It's "teach a man how to fish," not give the man something (fish) from other people for the man's laziness. You talk about our "obligations to help the poor!?" That is through voluntary means, not being forced to do so. You and he are disingenuous about that notion. And never presume to know what people, such as people who call out the president on his Anti-Christian religious policies, as siding with Ayn Rand. Just never presume. Period. Whiteley is a faux Christian, and you are an enabler of his misrepresentations certain passages of the Bible. Capiche!?
#2 Nov 1, 2012
I agree 10000% you are right, charity from a gun is not charity and it never gets to the right place anyway, which is why we are to give ourselves...not be forced to give to an institution and then that institution gives to whoever indiscrimanently.
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