When Holding a Religious Belief Becomes “Bullying”

Homosexuals are now waging a war against religion. Which side do you stand on?

If you don’t know what’s going on, liberals and other supporters of the homosexual agenda are criticizing religious students for standing up for what they believe in. Our kids are letting homosexuals know how they feel about their immoral choices, and the media is so intent on protecting the so-called “civil rights” of the people who choose this lifestyle, that they’ve now categorized “standing up for what you believe in” as “bullying.”

Could the media use a more inaccurate term? Possibly, though I think it might be tough. Is there actual bullying occurring? Undoubtedly. Bullying is a part of life in school. Is it a good thing? Of course not. But there are reports that kids are being suspended or even expelled simply for correctly informing their classmates that their choices have moral implications. This mis-categorization of intent and action is, of course, fully supported by Obama.

When it comes to religion vs. homosexuality, the Obama administration and the liberal left have always been okay choosing the side of homosexuality. Our children are no longer allowed to stand up for what they believe in, and they have to pretend to accept a form of sin that is unraveling the moral fabric of our society. In forcing our children to accept homosexuality as “normal”, the right for free religious speech is being quashed. Free speech is not only a matter of American freedom, but it is something that was inspired by God, as a pretense to the arrival of the one true church.

You know who else was bullied for his religious views? Jesus. And he wasn’t afraid to stand up for what he believed in; some money changers can attest to that. (As a side note, I’ve often wondered how ashamed they must feel, up there in spirit prison, knowing that they’ve been called out in front of all of humanity.)

Homosexuality is becoming more and more accepted in this country, with a majority of Americans answering polls that gay marriage should be legal. If we make it clear that we accept this kind of perversion, more and more people will want to make this choice. Given enough time, our landscape will be dominated by dual-male-income homes without the rights or resources to raise a loving, functioning family. God has made it clear that in order to protect our country, we must collectively choose righteousness over sin. The fact that over half of the country supports this moral abomination should be enough to terrify anybody, and preventing our kids the freedom to even do anything about it only hastens our moral decline.

Denying a person’s right to stand up for their religious beliefs is so absolutely counter to what this country stands for. Religious freedom is in the very first amendment, and that should say something about how important it is.

For without the right to believe in God, what do we have that’s worth fighting for?

About Jessica Hatch

Jessica Hatch is a political blogger, mother of four, devoted wife, and has been a faithful Mormon for her entire life. She decided to get into blogging when she was disheartened by all the negativity and misinformation that she found on the internet. She resides in Utah, and tries hard to make a positive difference in her community and in the world.

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