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New Highway Advertisement Elevates Trump to Jesus: ‘Unto Us a Son Is Given…’ and It’s Sickening

I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt have no other gods before me

FIRST Commandment, If it is the first, one could equate it with “Most important.”

This was scary a long time ago, it’s now… The sign we’ll see below. featuring Trump, holds itself out as quoting a bible passage, “Unto us a son is born and the government shall be upon his shoulders,” Roman 7:18″ All in the sign, except that’s not what the real Romans 8:17 says, it says:

Now if we are children, then we are heirs—heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, if indeed we share in his sufferings in order that we may also share in his glory.

So not only is Trump being deified, some MAGAs are evidently counting upon the other MAGAs sheer gullibility and lack of education. Government is not a word one associates with the biblical time periods. Perhaps it is in there, but it’s not worth looking up. We research the bible passage, being the most kind, it’s miss cited. But if one was going to the time and expense to erect the great homage we see below, one isn’t going to miss cite this:

That is stunning, this picture left our jaws on the floor and we at this site see ourselves as pretty jaded, hard to impress. That is impressively disturbing. Once one enters the realm of religion, one enters that area where not doing something violent is wrong. Ask any decent extremist, that’s how one gets to violence, equate something worldly with God.

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This. Even non-believers can look at the Beatitudes and note the beauty and elegance in the philosophy. George W. Bush wasn’t that far off when he called Jesus his favorite philosopher, yes – he was pandering, but for non-believers, there is a lot in the gospels to admire, downright radically progressive.

Nor an American, we might add.

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