Festooning ‘In God We Trust’ Around America Is Simply The Declaration of a Lie

A Lawmaker in Tennessee wants to put ‘in God we trust’ on the state license plate.  But it’s sadly clear to anyone with two eyes that we don’t trust God. Most people in this state, and this country can never be bothered to attend worship, and even fewer contribute to their church, read their bible, pray, share the gospel with others, or anything else remotely Christian. Instead, Christians (in name only) post photos of themselves at bars, half drunk, reveling like pagans. Announcing to the world that the people of this state trust God would just be a lie.

Why add sin to sin by festooning a lie on our license plates?  If you really trust God, live like it.  Or just shut up about it.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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One Response to Festooning ‘In God We Trust’ Around America Is Simply The Declaration of a Lie

  1. Crprod says:

    It’s been said before, but these people are at the same level as the old joke “In God we trust, all others pay cash.”

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