MN Senate Bill Moves Us One Step Closer To Criminalizing Christianity

By: Curtis Ophoven 0 Comments   12/9/2013

Few people realize that a plan to abolish Christianity is well under way right here in America, in Minnesota.  The problem is that the ‘plan’ is so well hidden that even those that are implementing it are not aware of what they are doing.

The reason we, the people of America, want to criminalize Christianity is because that is what all people do.  Just read in John 3:19-20;

This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but people loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil. Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed.”

We cannot even have a discussion about this ‘plan’ because those involved deny they are targeting Christianity because they don’t even realize nor want to think about what they are doing. 

A few months ago, the MN Senate voted to redefine marriage and the Governor signed the bill into law. The narrative that was sold was that they just wanted to be ‘fair’ to everyone and let any two people get married and that would be the end of it.  But it’s actually just the beginning.

A year after, Rep. Karen Dibble and Sen. Scott Clark teamed up to force MN to redefine marriage they appear to be teaming up again.

According to a MN political blog

“The Minnesota State Representative Karen Clark plans to introduce a bill banning harmful 'ex-gay' therapy during the upcoming legislative session. The bill would follow in the footsteps of California and New Jersey, which recently passed bills banning 'ex-gay' therapy for minors.”

Redefining marriage is never enough.  Rather, it is the beginning of a long legal battle to force the redefinition of morality on the public by the state.  It is the formation of a church-state religion.

The reason that the narrative of ‘if the state just allows marriage then the issue will go away’ is never true is because it does not satisfy the soul which is fully aware of God. The human mind is hostile and intolerant of anything that reminds us that we are siners in the presents of righteous and Holy God.

“The mind governed by the flesh is hostile to God; it does not submit to God's law, nor can it do so.” – Romans 8:7

It is this hostility and rage against God that is the source of conflict in the world.  If you wanted to stop world war and bring world peace, then you would have to stop the rage against God within the human heart.

Christianity is spread from generation to generation by parents teaching it to their children with a supportive Christian culture.  The way to stop Christianity is to use the culture to stop parents from teaching their children, which this new bill would move us very close to.

What this bill says is that what Christ said is not true.  If this bill becomes law, then we would have a law against Christianity.  This law makes it illegal for parents to hire someone to agree with them and tell their children what Christ taught - that we don’t have to sin, that we can resist sin and that we can live without sin.

This bill makes it illegal for medical professionals to help young people that struggle with sexual confusion. Even when children are targeted by heterosexual or homosexual perverts and predators, they would not be able to discuss ways to identify with Christ rather than mixed feelings about sex.

I’m not sure about pastors. Will they be able to tell minors in their church about Christ’s redemption from sin?  Will a youth pastor be able to discuss sex with his youth group without violating this law?  These questions will not get answers before the bill passes because they never do.  Instead, the law will be tested by a lawsuit and a judge will have to determine just how far a youth pastor can go before they are thrown in jail. 

Most likely this bill will have few exceptions, just like the marriage bill did, and in time even those exceptions will be removed.

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