Apparently I took Dr. Patrick Johnston out of context when he wrote, “Execute the wrath against evildoers and be a terror to those who would assault god’s innocent children.“
I wrote a post about it in an OLD blog months ago.
I quoted him in an old post, and he found it. Can’t you see him now. He was googling himself a few months ago, and he found this blog. Then he googled himself a few more times. Then he looked at some porn. Then he couldn’t bare it. He had to respond to the dim bulb over at Le Café Witteveen with a gem like this:
Hello. You took my quote out of context. It was a quote from the King James Version of the Bible, namely Romand 13:3-4. Other versions of the Bible you may find less offensive. In essence, we all – atheists and Christians alike – believe that the government should do justice when innocent people are assaulted. We differ in what the penalty should be, and we differ in whether aborting babies should be a crime, but we all agree with the essence of the statement that the state should be the dissiminator of justice on behalf of innocent people who are assaulted or killed.
Firstly, the 67th book of the Bible is Romand. Most lay people don’t know that. Romand was a very little known Christ lover from Pakistan with a penchant for buggery, abortion and homosexual acts.
Secondly, you be the judge. Did I take Dr. J out of context? You can read this fine article written by Dr. J. Take your time. And then read my blog here. And respond at Le Café … because Christian blogs don’t have comment sections.
The main problem with Dr. Johnston is that he has seven, beautiful kids who must suffer under his heavy-handed, bizarre ideals. Hell, I’m starting to feel sorry for his wife.