Christian Assaulted in Davie Florida by Teacher

June 18, 2013 at 3:48 PM

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Here is an excellent look at the way society is moving toward, folks. Look at the video here (just over five minutes in length) in which you will see a person who says she is a teacher (and who allegedly teaches the Constitution), assaulting a young Christian man.

As you can see, the whole scenario is pretty weird. The two people were stationed outside a 7-11 sitting at their ministry table when the woman starts verbally harassing them saying that Christianity should never be taught in the public schools. We can also clearly see that other people simply went passed them without engaging in discussions. In fact, at one point a man came out to defend the two Christians saying they had a right to be there and the woman could ignore them as he did initially.

The people at the table are involved in ministry with a sign that says “Support Christianity in Public Schools, The Constitution, and Honoring Soldiers.” The woman teacher saw that and went off apparently.

As you can see on the video, the woman says she teaches the Constitution and when asked what it says about religion, she quoted the blurb about the separation of church and state. But does the phrase “separation of church and state” appear in the United States Constitution?

The truth about this phrase is that it “does not appear anywhere in the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson wrote that the 1st Amendment erected a ‘wall of separation’ between the church and the state (James Madison said it ‘drew a line,’ but it is Jefferson’s term that sticks with us today). The phrase is commonly thought to mean that the government should not establish, support, or otherwise involve itself in any religion.”

Of course, this phrase is normally wrongfully used to mean that citizens cannot exercise their religious beliefs on government property or with taxpayer dollars. This is patently false. It simply means that government cannot support one religion over another using taxpayer dollars to do it (though the San Francisco Airport recently did just that for Muslims by turning park of a parking garage into a prayer area with taxpayer dollars). Allowing a Valedictorian to reference Jesus Christ in a speech is not a violation of the Constitution as many are inclined to think.

In this case, the woman who claims to be a teacher obviously does not know the very Constitution she says she teaches. If she did, she would know that the phrase is not mentioned there.

But the worse part of the whole thing is that this woman’s reaction was really over the top. Her car is in public. Because it’s in public anyone can simply look at it and memorize her license plate. They could write down the license plate number, which is one of the reasons every car has a unique plate. I can take a photo of her license plate as soon as she drives onto a public road. The idea that these Christians were somehow breaking the law by taking photos/videos of her car is absurd.

The woman complained to the management and then called the police who came and took her statement. As it turns out, the police ask the two Christians if they want to press charges against the woman for assaulting them.

It is getting ridiculous and the fact that people are becoming unglued like they are over Christians and Christianity tells us a good deal about how things are going. Christians will either learn to live in the shadows or they will be outwardly persecuted for their faith like these two people were outside a 7-11.

This is America and yet these people were being made to feel as though they had no right to share their faith at all. Yet, Muslims can literally block part of a road or sidewalk as they bow to “Allah” and everyone goes, “that’s nice they feel at home and comfortable enough to do that in America.” Either the Constitution works for everyone or it works for no one. It dismisses the idea of special privileges, but political correctness insists on it.

This is the world today, moving toward anarchy because of the ever-changing value system found within politically correct thinking. Emotional virtue is the best that PC-thinking has to offer and it goes downhill from there.

The two people outside of the 7-11 had every right to be there, just like people from numerous charities have the right to wait outside stores asking for money. As long as they are not blocking the entrance/exist or harassing people, they’re not breaking the law. This woman created the problem. Instead of just walking by, she became enraged.

I’m guessing God was working in her life and she was rebelling against it. In either case, all Christians need to pray for this woman, that God would open her eyes to the truth and soften her heart so that she will receive that truth.

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