Kirk Cameron is blowing the whistle on this woke extremist manipulation of Scripture that’s quietly being forced on unsuspecting Christians

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As Christianity decays so does the United States.

And that decay has largely been caused by one massive lie countless Christians have fallen for.

And now Kirk Cameron is blowing the whistle on this woke extremist manipulation of Scripture that’s quietly being forced on unsuspecting Christians.

Christians have become their own worst enemy

There has been a lot of talk lately about so-called “Christian nationalists” from Democrats and their media allies.

Much like their fellow socialists in Germany circa 1933, Democrats are utilizing the term to “other” those with whom they disagree, specifically those who have read a book or two and know that America’s Founding Fathers established this constitutional republic upon Judeo-Christian values.

But if Democrats’ denial of fundamental aspects of American history isn’t bad enough, they are also trying to demonize those who believe that humans are endowed at their creation – either by their Creator, or intrinsically – with certain values and morals that govern their reasoning and behavior.

Of course, such a concept of natural law was long fundamental to the Christian faith, as most Christians throughout history have firmly believed that a higher moral authority makes the difference between right and wrong inherent in every human being.

But now, many self-proclaimed “Christians” have begun pushing the woke extremist idea championed by Democrats that the rules of right and wrong should be created and enforced by society – or worse, government – completely warping the fundamental morals and values that have long underpinned American culture.

It is just another example of the decay of Christianity, not to mention the United States.

And it’s largely being driven by a small cabal – many of whom serve as pastors – who continue to push the idea that the ultimate Christian value is being unconditionally nice and passive.

Many pastors today love to take to the pulpit and declare that Christians should “love thy neighbor as yourself” above all else, but they forget the passage before which states that you shall put no other idols before God.

When you combine both the commands by Jesus in Mark 12:29-31 of loving God unconditionally and treating your neighbor fairly, you realize that Jesus wasn’t expressing unconditional passivity in the face of sin.

And famous Christian actor Kirk Cameron called out this sinful idol worship of being nice in front of millions on the Timcast podcast.

A message all Christians should hear

“Christians in this country are good people who keep saying OK to these people, being tolerant, allowing them to live the way they want to live,” Timcast host Tim Pool told Cameron on his podcast last week. “But what happens is they push more into the institutions, they introduce dangerous, bad ideas, they start targeting kids, and now we’re here where we are today.

“I see so many who are just tolerating evil and that’s not loving your neighbor,” Cameron responded. “At the end of the day, the two great Commandments of Christianity are to love God with all of your heart, mind, soul and strength, and the second is like it, to love your neighbor as yourself. If you ‘tolerate’ the kinds of things that bring misery to your neighbors and ultimately strip them of their liberties, you’re not loving them.”

Cameron is absolutely correct.

But you will never hear this message in the vast majority of churches throughout the United States, which is one of the main reasons why the nation is failing.

The United States is leaving behind Judeo-Christian values because so many call themselves Christians while refusing to stand firm on fundamental Christian values and principles.

Will the United States ever be a Christian nation again?