If Christians as a whole, didn't try to ban porn based on their religious values, and weren't trying to ban gay marriage based on their religious values... then arguing that Jesus didn't propose government force to help the poor, would be a fair argument to make and I'd respect people actually making for a change.
Yeah, well, I don't do it in the name of religion. For those doing it in the name of religion, it's really ironic that want to make laws restricting gay rights, access to porn, alcohol, etc. etc., but stop when it comes to policies forcing us all to help the poor.Please name a person who is politically active who does not want to makes laws as they see fit? Or force the laws they want to see on society? Yea, look in the mirror.
We're not talking about American citizens. We're specifically talking about Christian, Americans, and yeah, they have the right to be hypocritical when it comes to imposing their belief system on others too. I also have a right to point the hypocrisy out.No. They are picking and choosing which laws THEY want to fight which is their right as American citizens. Has nothing to with fighting anything for Jesus. Some may see it that way, and they would be wrong as well.