Katherine Frisk note:
Would I call myself a conservative Christian? No. Do I go to church regularly? No.
Whether you are a Christian or not, Christian values stand for something that are worth believing in and fighting for.
To love your neighbour as yourself, irrespective of their race or nationality, whether they are a Jew, Muslim, Buddhist or even an atheist.
To treat others as you yourself would like to be treated.
Family values and commitment to the people who are closest to you, especially to protect and care for children. This does not include exposing them or subjecting them to pornography, violence, sexual abuse, pedophilia, narcotics or slavery.
Equal justice for all. And by “all” that means all. Not that a select few in positions of great wealth and power, or of a certain nationality, race or religion should be immune and allowed to run rampant over the rights of others.
Detention without charge, detention without trial, a trial without the right to a defense and witnesses to speak on your behalf and torture do not cut it…
… that is what they did to Jesus…. and they are doing it to Christians and Muslims all over the Middle East… and as this video correctly points out, there is no international outcry or condemnation from so called “Christians” of those who have detained, tortured and crucified innocent Christian men, women and children in recent years and burnt down their churches …
….. to those who consider themselves “spiritual ” and not religious, even to those who are atheists, these morals and values, whether you are a Christian or not, are worth fighting for…