Why I’m ‘Shattering Liberal Lies’ About the Bible
After noticing the same abysmally weak arguments being repeatedly leveled against the Holy Bible, it became a personal passion of mine to stop these liberal lies, and those who sensationally spew such trash talk, dead in their tracks.
My upcoming five volume eBook series Shattering Liberal Lies, published by BarbWire Books, refutes the most common objections to, and attacks upon, the inspired Word of God.
The first volume, “Is God a Slave Master?” has just been released for purchase, and it explores the subject of slavery in both the Old and New Testaments. Each of the chapters in this first installment clearly demonstrate, contrary to the claims of secular fundamentalists, that God explicitly prohibits human trafficking (Ex. 21:16; Deut. 24:7) and His Word sows the seeds of the evil institution’s demise.
As the eBook introduction further explains:
In America and the larger Western world, we are currently witnessing a mainstream, full-throttle attack upon the credibility of the Bible. A far-reaching network of Left-leaning media outlets and a substantial contingent from pop culture circles have vociferously functioned as a misinformation machine for the threefold juggernaut of militant homosexuality, abortion and secularization.
And the younger, Millennial generation has unfortunately been one of the primary victims of their battering ram campaign to radically undermine core, traditional values. In an effort to validate preferred vices and undermine all sources of moral authority, the aggressive forces of corruption have been targeting Christianity by placing its foundational book in their crosshairs. God’s Word is the inspired repository of timeless truth, but its pages are being disgustingly and inexcusably treated like toilet paper by our numerous anti-religious opponents.
Radically pushing the envelope, the Leftists have been rhetorically poisoning the well by actually asserting, among other things, that the Bible contains or endorses:
- Stoning a disobedient son
- Genocide or ethnic cleansing
- Two contradictory Genesis accounts
- Selling a daughter into slavery
- A death sentence for any and all types of work performed on the Sabbath
- Forcing a woman to marry her rapist
- Accounts of mythological creatures
- Historical, scientific and internal contradictions
This series of eBooks will also delve into several scriptural issues related to the Levitical ritual laws (i.e.: eating shellfish, wearing mixed fibers, etc.), so-called “gay” Christianity, abortion, misogyny, judging and other heated topics.
Each of these distortions, which are being mindlessly rehashed by the anti-theist intelligentsia, mainstream media, homosexual operatives, Left-wing activists, spineless politicians, Hollywood liberals, a rogue judiciary and biased pundits, will be systematically dismantled and revealed for the falsehoods that they are.
A particularly infamous example of these Bible-bashing claims occurred on the Emmy award-winning NBC program The West Wing during a 2000 episode entitled “The Midterms.” In one controversial scene, President Josiah Bartlet (Martin Sheen) unleashed a frothing-at-the-mouth grilling of a conservative radio talk show host (Dr. Jenna Jacobs) over her biblical teaching on the infamous crime against nature, delivering what he – and all liberal viewers – believed was the fatal blow to the scriptural foundation of Christianity.
“I wanted to ask you a couple of questions while I had you here. I wanted to sell my youngest daughter into slavery, as sanctioned in Exodus 21:7. She’s a Georgetown sophomore, speaks fluent Italian, always cleared the table when it was her turn. What would a good price for her be?” He fired off in his opening cheap shot.
“While thinking about that, can I ask another?” President Bartlet inquired, hardly pausing long enough to take a breath before resuming his acrimonious diatribe, “My Chief of Staff Leo McGary insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly says he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself, or is it okay to call the police?”
Interrogating Dr. Jacobs in rapid-fire succession, Bartlet concluded, “Here’s one that’s really important ’cause we’ve got a lot of sports fans in this town: Touching the skin of a dead pig makes one unclean. Leviticus 11:7. If they promise to wear gloves, can the Washington Redskins still play football? Can Notre Dame? Can West Point? Does the whole town really have to be together to stone my brother John for planting different crops side by side? Can I burn my mother in a small family gathering for wearing garments made from two different threads? Think about those questions, would you?”
This fictional Hollywood portrayal turns out to be nothing more than a convoluted cocktail of hyperbole, out of context passages and blatant lies. As author Robert J. Hutchinson clarifies, “While the Torah indeed forbids the mixing of the fibers or seeds, there is no specific penalty stated for the failure to do so – and certainly not, as The West Wing producers have President Bartlet saying, ‘burning my mother in a small family gathering’ or the whole town ‘ston[ing] my brother John for planting different crops side by side.”
“In other words, The TV producers and writer just made that part up out of whole cloth – to make the biblical laws seem more harsh than they actually are,” Hutchinson concludes [Emphasis original]. And it is precisely these kind of malicious misrepresentations that my book will completely explode.
This eBook series will a valuable resource for believer and skeptic alike who desire to discover transcendent truth. Shattering Liberal Lies ultimately confirms the relevance and flawless nature of the life-transforming Word of God. For those engaged in a serious defense of the faith, they will also find a wealth of information to reinforce their apologetic arsenal.
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