Your View: Biblical conservatives adhere to Scripture

Jun. 15, 2014 @ 09:19 PM

In The High Point Enterprise on May 13, Otis Robertson wonders what is biblical about a conservative, since the word is not used in the Bible.
Neither are the words trinity nor rapture in the Bible, but the teaching of each is. A biblical conservative adheres to the eternal, grammatical interpretation of Scripture.
I don’t know what he uses for a Bible, but he should do some research before writing therof. The phrase “if any will not work, neither should he eat” is found in II Thessalonians 3:10, the Apostle Paul’s instruction to a local church. That’s a long way from the Old Testament and the Mosaic Law.
So Bishop McGuinness wins another state championship — so what. Given their grossly unfair advantage, they should dominate in every sport. The fact that they don’t speaks well of the girls’ basketball coaching staff’s ability.
In the same edition of the Enterprise, City Council wants to know High Point University’s future plans. I supposed they’re trying to convince the public they care about them. News flash! I don’t remember them ever doing that in the past.
I wonder if any of the liberals have ever considered the thought that “climate change” is not the cause of our crazy weather. I doubt a “commu-crat” would entertain the thought that someone is trying to get America’s attention. Climate change is just another ruse for them to have more control over their serfs.
RAY ALCON
High Point

 

 

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