Gone is Hope of Christ as anchor of our soul


To the Editor:

The (4/24) letter to the editor asks, “Which is the ‘right’ god?” In Rhode Island, Roger Williams founded this state on the God of the Bible. The modernists have rejected that God and His word because it limits their imaginations and power of reason. Goose-stepping with his fellow humanists, Governor Chafee has proclaimed May 1 as a Day of Reason, which begins: “Whereas, the application of reason, more than any other means, has proven to offer hope for human survival upon Earth by cultivating intelligent, moral and ethical interactions among people and their environments; and…’’ where taxes terminate at the grave.

The secular god of reason has allowed 50 million unborn babies to be murdered in the U.S., teaches its fraudulent theory of evolution in the schools and now government will reverse the “scientific” claim that the sea will rise by 3-5 feet in the next 100 years through the creation of the ECCC, propaganda ministry for climate change.

State Representative Art Handy of Cranston has introduced legislation called the Resilient Rhode Island Act (read it online) proposing an 85 percent carbon reduction from 1990 levels by the year 2050. If enacted, this legislation will force the reduction of our fossil fuel consumption to pre-WWI levels – that is, before the mass use of automobiles, planes, refrigerators and air conditioning and thereby delivering us back to the horse and buggy economy, but it will give “us hope for human survival.” Sounds very reasonable.

Gone is the Hope of Christ as the anchor of our soul, which was boldly emblazoned on the seal of this state and is man’s only salvation. Gone is the boundary between the civil authorities and society as decreed in the 1647 RI Code of Laws (read it online), which restrained government to the punishment of evildoers and where liberty was defined by the absence of prohibition. Gone is the boundary between the civil authorities and a man’s conscience. The state government will become the religion of this society and will decide what a man can have, where he can live, what he can eat, how he shall think and now attempts to alter nature itself. We shall be liberated by reason and our imagination and are left with no sense of decency. So which is the “right” god? We are, of course, and shall no longer be bound by ancient laws, rules and mores whether from the Constitution, Code of Laws or the Word of God.

Erik Thorp



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We all came from Adam and Eve? They had two sons. Then what happened? More rib removal? The State doesn't prevent anyone from believing or practicising any religion. Chafee makes himself to be a fool by his meaningless pronouncements about Christmas trees and the like. But that's all they are,meaningless. Believe in what you will,but reason,and facts should not be the enemy of religion,but it's foundation.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

"The secular god of reason...teaches its fraudulent theory of evolution in the schools..."

Why does the Beacon continue to publish letters from religious-science-denying-conspiracy-theorists?

Friday, May 16, 2014

The progressives love to boast how they are so open minded, but bring up a subject that they deny and in the slammer you go. What other subjects should be off limits so their beautiful minds won't be disturbed?

The evolutionist should explain how the first egg evolved because until the whole system worked simultaneously, including shell, contents, nest and instincts, then no species could "evolve", i.e. the car is a piece of junk without the sum of all parts functioning simultaneously.

Saturday, May 17, 2014