Many people in America think that Christianity is compatible with peace and love for all. Unfortunately, some TV preachers propagate a wrong idea about Christianity and about Jesus Christ. Secular World View emphasizes global peace and harmony, even at the expense of excluding Jesus Christ from national and state laws and from American public life. For secular humanism, the most important thing is for humans (the center of the world) to exist in peace and harmony. Secular humanism’s priority is unity of human beings and love among human beings. This is a far cry from the teachings of the Gospels of Jesus Christ. But unfortunately, many TV preachers have become agents of Secular World View, rather than Christ-centered, Gospel World View. Anyone who emphasizes “unity” must be treated with extreme prejudice, because “unity” is the code word of secular humanism, that puts human beings at the center of the universe, rather than God. The Bible is very different from the focus of Secular World View. How do we know what the Bible world view is? Obviously, it is through reading the Bible. What does the Gospel teach about global peace and unity? Is this what Christ wants for the world? Jesus Christ clearly states in a contrary way in Luke 12:51: “Do you suppose that I came to grant peace on earth? I tell you, no, but rather division.” Jesus Christ in His own words states that He came to bring division on earth and take away peace. Unity and peace are not what Christ wants on earth. So, next time you hear your favorite TV preacher says something like, “Christ loves unity”, you know that he is either lying to you or is being a politician. Politicians want peace and unity, so that they can control you and your family. Politicians are interested in quashing dissent, and they will try to manipulate human theology/ideology to achieve total submission of the populace. There is a reason why the Roman democracy executed St. Paul and other apostles of Jesus Christ. They obeyed Christ and fought against unity and peace in the democratic empire of Rome. They opposed homosexuality in society and proclaimed that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and eternal life. Thus, they were charged for “Hate Crimes” by a democracy that wanted harmony, unity, and peace, according to the Secular World View.