Automobiles of Art
From a car collection in Gastonia, NC I am not sure of the year of this FORD(?) late 40-early 50?
Morally, in all honesty, I cannot find fault with what I know about the Hindu’s or Shinto’s religious beliefs. Or about many African beliefs of worshiping unknown spirits. Actually no non-violent religious beliefs bothers me.
I am a Christian. And for the life of me I cannot see why the Christian beliefs would upset anyone. Worldwide our beliefs should not be a THREAT to anyone. I don’t think anyone who does not believe like me should be killed or put in jail.
I do not believe in stealing, lying, murder or being unfaithful to your spouse. I don’t think you should envy what the other guy has. Why would anyone not agree with that? I do think you should accept Jesus. But if you don’t that is your decision, not mine. I will definitely not be upset at you, especially not enough to wish you dead.
I read a sad report from the Bishop of Canterbury. He is of the firm belief that soon there will be no Christians in the Middle East. His decision is from the daily threat of murder of Christians in those countries.
My first cousin Ken lived many years in Saudi Arabia, working in the textile industry there. He is a Christian but was not allowed to have a Bible. He did of course, have a digital Bible. Under threat of death he could NEVER state publically he was a Christian.
I receive many e-mails concerning the Muslim faith, unnamed or fictitious sources. But this article in the UK press was the Bishop of Canterbury. He was asking his country the UK to give the Christian the priority in asking for asylum. Presently the ratio has been 4 Christians to 4000 Muslims. I personally think he is a little late.
But I also think our country should be giving the Christian believer priority because the fear for their lives is real, and no secret. I think our president has suggested just that to immigration. That will surely go against the ACLU or some rights group.
But that is my feelings on the subject, not that it will make any difference.
We people in truly free countries are blessed. Life is good.