Est. May 2008

08 August, 2013

Sacred Ground

sacred: adjective: connected with God or a god or dedicated to a religious purpose and so deserving veneration.  (Oxford Dictionary online)
In the Bible, when Moses met God, God told him to take off his sandals because ‘the place on which you are standing is holy ground’ (Exodus 3:5).  Joshua, too, was told to remove his sandals when he faced ‘the commander of the army of the Lord’, and again it was because ‘the place where you are standing is holy’ (Joshua 5:15). 

But when Wendy Davis took her stand upon her god’s ‘sacred (holy) ground’ - unfettered abortion - she didn’t remove her footwear; rather, she embellished her feet with pink sneakers.

So either Wendy Davis doesn’t know what ‘sacred ground’ is (and she’s joined by Nancy Pelosi in that ignorance), or she worships a god which has an entirely different definition of ‘sacred ground’, since the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is quite clear on what He considered to be ‘holy’ and ‘sacred’, and it doesn’t involve the butchering of the unborn.

But there is a god found in the Bible which finds child-sacrifice ‘holy’ and ‘sacred’.

This one, here:

Molech, god of child-sacrifice

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