Here’s a headline that the secular humanists promised us we would never have to worry about, that it just wasn’t going to happen; but which is in the papers today:
“Human-Animal Embryo Looms”
This is what storytellers used to call chimeras. You know, human upper torso, horse’s body, four hooves, two hands; or human body with an eagle’s head. Writers have fantasized about human-animal chimeras for centuries. But scientists told us they wouldn’t let it happen, and now here we are on the cusp of a new medical freak show spawned out of human cells and animal eggs.
It’s happening in England. The government there is about to say it’s okay to create human-animal embryos, but will, of course, promise that the new “thing” will be destroyed after two weeks, and won’t be brought to term. But who’s checking?
In time we’ll be seeing some funny looking hybrids running around, and when someone says your uncle looks like a monkey, you may have to confess that, well, he sort of IS one.
There was a movie some years ago whose title now sounds kind of tempting. It was called, “Stop the World, I want to get off.” And that’s from back when things were somewhat normal.
Secular Humanists Have It All Wrong
For the enemy within, the secular humanists who think man is the center of the universe, believe that something comes from nothing, think a big bang caused itself and produced 98 percent of all the matter in the universe, but don’t know where the other two percent came from, we have nothing but pity. They don’t know where they came from and they don’t know where they’re going, and yet they think they know all the answers and have the world by the tail.
They also think the best government has no spiritual roots, spiritual purpose or needs spiritual principles. They’re so far off base it hurts. They are also dangerous.
And here are a few facts about this country they need to know: George Washington said that of all the dispositions and habits that lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports, and that it is in vain to say you’re a patriot if you try to destroy these supports.
A huge study of all the major commentaries made by the founding fathers reveals that 34 percent of their most significant quotes are taken directly from the Bible. Even the Supreme Court wrote that “no purpose of action against religion can be imputed to any legislation, state or national, because this is a religious people … a Christian nation.”
The Court had written earlier that “whatever strikes at the root of Christianity tends manifestly to the dissolution of civil government.”
About the time of the Civil War a Judiciary Committee wrote that “there is no substitute for Christianity, the religion of the founders of the republic. They expected it to remain the religion of their descendants, that the great, vital and conservative element in our system—the thing that holds our system together—is the belief of our people in the pure doctrines and divine truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
Thomas Jefferson’s comments in a letter to a friend on “separation of church and state” was never considered a valid description of the constitutional meaning, and it was generally considered an absurd concept—until it was adopted by the Court.
One wise judge wrote that if the Court did not stop quoting Jefferson’s comment, people might start thinking it was part of the Constitution. But when a liberal Court did adopt it, the Court made sure it became for many the new interpretation of what the Founding Fathers meant. But it is far from what the Constitution says, and the Court knows it.
Although from the Court’s abuse of Jefferson’s quote have come banning of school prayer, banning of the Bible, banning of Nativity scenes and Christmas songs from public places, and thousands of other abuses, these rulings by the High Court are exercises of raw judicial power and are without Constitutional precedent, and someday they will all be declared null and void by a court that can read the Constitution as it is written. We are all waiting for that day.
In the meantime we are living under an invention of the godless wonders, not under a valid reading of the Constitution by honest judges. But until Christian patriots take a stand and demand their Constitution back, we will go on living in a fake nation with fake laws and fake leaders. And it stinks!
When will Christians rise up and take back their country from the secular humanists? We hope soon, and very soon.