Christianity fights political correctness

Constantly, Christianity is called politically incorrect. We should be more tolerant. Christ and the Bible should be off-limits because their views are deemed dangerous.

One such dangerous view is that only through Christ can one see God and go to heaven. We hear it shuts out other religions and avenues to heaven. There is little argument that this is the reason many want Christianity to disappear forever.

God is not politically correct. He could not be PC if it lessens His sovereignty. Should we fear what we say because it offends a few? If we speak the truth, should we be denied our voice? We cannot be silenced by a few because they disagree. True Christianity cannot be watered down by political correctness. We can not apologize for the truth for the sake of a lie. If we do, we not only condemn ourselves, but condemn those to whom we witness.

There are no other paths to heaven except through Christ, who said it Himself, that He was "the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father but through Me." How else can you interpret this statement?

Political correctness needs to die a quick death, not a slow one, in this matter. Euthanasia, the choice of liberals, is recommended.

Clifford Henning, Graniteville, S.C.

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