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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Bill Moyers - Rapture believing Christians are out to destroy the environment

Now that Bill Moyers and his opinions are coming out from behind the news desk, his political slant and dislike of Christians are becoming more evident.

According to Moyers, if you are a Christian who concluded that the Bible teaches about the Rapture, then you are ushering in the "Gospel of the Apocalypse" and have no qualms about destroying the environment.

Moyers introduces the concept of the Rapture - "The plot of the Rapture, the word never appears in the Bible although some fantasist insist it is the hidden code to the Book of Revelation, is rather simple, if bizarre." He then presents one interpretation of Bible prophecy, not realizing there could be more than one interpretation.

Moyers takes the opportunity to verbally stone rapture-believing Christians as - hallucinating, fantasist, bizarre and foolish.

Moyers goes through the gyrations of linking Christians with Bush administration environmental policies. He proceeds to discuss several "I read..." comments about the Bush administration. Perhaps he should be careful not to follow the CBS / Dan Rather school of journalism with "I read ..." sources of information.

When it comes to understand the Bible, scripture teaches us about those who are not "saved" but attempt to understand the things from God: "The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned." (1 Corinthians 2:14)

Bill Moyers ends his piece appropriately - "Father, forgive us, for we know not what we do."

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