On Saturday, Vice President Mike Pence spoke to the 2019 graduates of Liberty University.
While many commencement speakers wish the graduates a bright and glorious future, Pence issued a dire warning.
He told the students that for most of America’s history, there was no problem being a Christian, but times have changed.
He continued to tell the graduates that in today’s America to be prepared to be ridiculed and shunned because of their Christian faith.
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He also said that the loudest voices for tolerance have little tolerance for anything pertaining to Biblical teachings.
The Hill – Mike Pence tells Liberty University graduates to prepare to be ‘shunned,’ ‘ridiculed’ for being a Christian – Vice President Pence warned the 2019 graduating class at Liberty University in his commencement address that they would face persecution for their faith.
“Throughout most of American history, it’s been pretty easy to call yourself Christian,” Pence told students Saturday, according to USA Today. “It didn’t even occur to people that you might be shunned or ridiculed for defending the teachings of the Bible.”
“But things are different now,” he continued, adding that “some of the loudest voices for tolerance today have little tolerance for traditional Christian beliefs. Be ready.”
Drawing from his own personal experience during the address, Pence discussed the criticism his wife, Karen, received last year after she returned to work as an art teacher at a private elementary school that prohibited LGBT students and teachers…
Pence as right when he said the loudest voices calling for tolerance are the most intolerant of all.
They preach inclusion, but NOT the inclusion of Christians or anyone who disagrees with their perverse and sinful agenda.
The Obama administration launched a war against Christianity in the workplace, military and even private life.
The leaders of most major social media outlets have also been busy persecuting Christians and trying to silence the truth of Scripture.
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