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Why does America's Educational & Legal "Elites" hate Christians?

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Submitted by Bruce (United States), Apr 4, 2014 at 19:19

"But America's educational and legal elites still hate the Christian faith and want to limit it wherever they can."

I suspect the hate may come from Christian teachings on morality and family values that draw the line between "right and wrong" for respecting marriage as being a sacred vow/covenant for life, that you must remain faithful to your spouse and that you maintain sexual abstinence before marriage.

Although these values generally strengthen the family unit when followed faithfully, our culture is adrift in moral relativism and sexual permissiveness that tears apart families due to the narcissistic pursuits of wandering spouses, which results in said spouses not wanting to be told they are wrong. As a result they spew hate towards Christian teaching that condemns their behavior that now on a national level appears to be unraveling & corrupting the future stability of our country... but what do they care, they just want what they want when the want it and don't give a damn how when practiced on a wide spread basis it sow the seeds of destruction for our great nation... don't believe me... what happened to the Roman Empire?

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