Wrong Approach to Prostitute Scandal

The scandal that’s dogging the Secret Service in Colombia and now the Marines in Brazil, surrounding prostitutes, is one that can easily be handled in a better way, but for the militant Atheists trying to take over our culture.

Permit me to digress.

It seems as though a 91-year-old monument in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, at a Fire Station, has made some Atheists upset.


Because there’s a Cross on the monument.

If they win their law suit, stating that religious symbols cannot be part of public land, then I guess there are going to be a lot of Crosses and Stars of David removed from the Arlington National Cemetery too–that’s public land.

They have no reason to object to such symbols, especially since they can’t prove they’re Atheists.

Even a lie detector test can’t help them because of Romans 1:19-21.

19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.

21 For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened.

Here’s my advice to men who confront prostitutes in foreign countries.

Tell them “God loves you and that your sins are forgiven.”

I know, this sounds a bit self-righteous and corny, but, we believers know, this approach worked very well for Jesus when He first met Mary Magdalene, as His love for her made her a disciple.

Too bad Atheists won’t allow this Holy approach to be taught at public institutions.

Yesterday I poked fun at a few Atheists who were commenting on the story in Rhode Island. 

Not sure my methods were all that Biblical, but I couldn’t pass up the joke.

One casually replied the following online to someone who said his behavior could land him in hell–“sorry, I don’t believe in hell.”

My readers can probably guess what my reply was–you know me by now.

That’s right…I said–“You will when you get there.”


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