The First Amendment guarantees Freedom of Speech to all American citizens. The Confederate Flag is an important part of Southern history.
A lot of Southerners died in the Civil War, trying to protect their families, and this is an important part of every family in the South.
Just as Jews remember the Holocaust, Southerners remember their family members who died in the Civil War.
It is an important part of the history of their loved ones.
Every white Christian in the South should fight to fly the Confederate Flag.
Slavery is not sin in the New Testament, and St. Paul told a runaway slave (Onesimus) to go back to serve his slave master and serve him, like all Christians who should serve Jesus Christ.
Slavery is not sin, and this is the Word of God for the people of God. Thanks be to God.
Anyone who says that slavery is sin stands against the inerrant and infallible Word of God.
Christians who stand against flying of the Confederate Flag because they are offended by slavery are offended by the Holy Bible, the Word of God, which states that slavery is not sin. It is important for true Christians to submit to the Word of God.
Colossians 3:22 clearly emphasizes, also, that slaves must serve their masters as if they are working for Christ. New Testament instructs slaves to serve their masters in their inferior positions, not being equal to their slave masters. You may not like what the New Testament teaches, but this is the Word of God.
You can be thankful that God freed you from slavery, but it does not give you the right to say that slavery is sin, because the Holy Bible does not say that. It is important to submit to the Word of God, which is the Holy Bible.
So, it is important for every Christian in the South to accept the right to fly the Confederate Flag, and every Christian parent should teach their children that slavery is not sin, according to the Bible.
Something offends someone. Everyone has something that they are offended by. Bible-believing Christians are deeply offended by Gay Flags and Pride Marches.
Bible-believing Christians should fight against removal of statues of Robert E. Lee, who was a great Christian man and an important part of the history of the South. The Holy Bible is on their side.
How can Christian parents in the South face their children, if they and their families are humiliated by the removal of the statues of fine Christian men, like Robert E. Lee?
Southern Christians should be more courageous and stand up for great Christians, like Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and fly their Confederate flags in their own property.
It is important to celebrate Southerners who were good Christians in the past, and Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were great Christians, who followed the Bible and served Jesus Christ, faithfully.
Their statues should be protected and honored by Bible-believing Christians.
White Christians should be more brave about their Christian faith and be brave to share their pride in the South with their children and their grandchildren.
This is their Christian legacy that they can leave behind as they pass onward into eternal paradise at the appointed time.