By: Brian Evans

As the Mainstream Media continues to openly embrace the communist ideology and call for Americans to be tolerant of one another, they simultaneously have become some of the most ego-centric, bigoted, racist, and hate-driven people in modern times! They have attacked Jews, Christians, and pro-America Americans, in their quest for their so-called tolerance! Now, they have even stepped up their bigotry and discrimination to an all-new level! In fact, after they have already told Christians that they are to keep their religious beliefs out of government, out of schools, and out of the public square, they are now telling Christians to keep their prayers behind closed doors, as they and others find it offensive!

For example, on Monday, CNN reported that Christians should probably keep prayers to themselves to avoid offending others. They cited a recent study, and they said that…

“some atheists and agnostics would pay money” to avoid having prayers sent their way after suffering a natural disaster such as a hurricane.

Breitbart News reported

Sending thoughts and prayers in the wake of disasters is “controversial,” said Linda Thunström, an economist at the University of Wyoming who co-authored the study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The study, based on interaction with some 400 residents in North Carolina following Hurricane Florence’s destruction in 2018, said that atheists and agnostics are “prayer averse” — willing to pay to avoid receiving prayers — and are especially against receiving thoughts and prayers “from Christians.”

Nonreligious people “were willing to pay about $1.66 to avoid a prayer from a priest and more than double that price at $3.54 to avoid one from a Christian stranger,” CNN stated.

“The last result is surprising because one might expect that atheists/agnostics would be indifferent to people praying for them — why care, if you don’t believe in the gesture?” said Thunström.

“But that is not what we find — atheists and agnostics are averse to prayers,” she said, and are willing to pay money in order “not to get a prayer from a Christian stranger.”

“Hence, it is important to think about who the target person is when sending thoughts and prayers in the wake of hardship,” she said.

Along with the emotional aversion that atheists and agnostics may experience to prayers said for the, critics also argue “that these gestures are meaningless and can reduce material help or structural reforms aimed at mitigating natural and social disasters,” the study said.

CNN noted that the phrase “I’ll pray for you” was considered a micro-aggressions, and said that it communicates a…

“hostile, derogatory, or negative slights and insults toward people.”

One of the atheists that CNN cited stated that telling someone that…

“I’ll pray for you, invokes the same feeling as equating sexually lewd comments with compliments.”

Sadly, this is only the beginning of the end, as the war on Christians and Jews continues to escalate, as our world spins out-of-control, and ebbs ever-closer into the grasp of Satan! Unfortunately, this war will only get worse, as hate, racism, bigotry, darkness, and pure evil slowly reaches its hands around the neck of humanity, and works to choke the life, and the light out of our once glorious and shining world, and all things that are beautiful!

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